‘Dragon Quest Heroes II’ details its multiplayer mode and more

The developer Square Enix has shared a series of new details about the long-awaited Dragon Quest Heroes II: The Twin Kings and the Prphecy’s End, a title that will be released on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita this coming May 27, 2016.

Among the new information, we now know that the protagonists you will receive experience as they battle and defeat enemies, which in turn will increase some parameters such as their defensive and offensive power. In addition, we can acquire “Skill Points” Every time we level up, they can be used to advance our skill tree.

To the attack enemies or receive attacks from them, our tension level will grow. The tension meter is represented on the left side of the character image. Every time it fills we can enter a power level “High Tension” that will allow us to execute special movements; We will realize this because the character will be covered in a pink aura.

Regarding your multiplayer mode, This installment will allow us to enjoy games with friends across platforms, which means that PS4, PS3 and PS Vita users can play together. Also, taking into account that the game supports cross-save, we can share data with other platforms; This means that we can play on PS4 to use the television screen and if we have a PS Vita, we can continue the game on the street.

You can take a look at the new screenshots of the game next:


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