Dragon Quest X Coming To The PC – Benchmark Tool Available, Beta Signups Open

Dragon Quest X
Good news for all JRPG fans as Dragon Quest X is coming to the PC. Although Square Enix has not issued any press release for it as of yet, Nvidia has already released its benchmark tool and the publisher is accepting applications for the game’s upcoming beta phase.
Those interested can download Dragon Quest X’s PC benchmark from here, while those interested participating in its beta phase can visit its official website in order to sign up.
Dragon Quest X is an MMORPG developed and published by Square Enix. The game has been previously released on the Wii and Wii U, and is the first time it’s coming to our platform.
In Dragon Quest X, players begin their adventure as guardian of a city who is sent to retrieve the fruits of a sacred tree that have the power to grant wishes. Players travel the world, conquer fearsome monsters and unravel an epic storyline. During their journey, players will encounter mighty opponents in fast-paced battles, and also interact with a colourful cast of characters.
Here is hoping that Square Enix will unveil more information about it in the coming days.
Dragon Quest X Gameplay Trailer

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