Dragon Quest Builders reaches 100,000 sales in Korea/Taiwan in less than a month
Noriyoshi Fujimoto, Dragon Quest Builders' producer, has written on his twitter that over 100,000 units of Dragon Quest Builders were sold in less than a month, in Asia (not including Japan).
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Translation: The Korean version and the Taiwan version of Dragon Quest Builders have been released in less than a month, and over 100,000 copies were sold! This seems very successful judging from the consoles penetration in those countries.
I hope that players from all over the world can enjoy Dragon Quest Builders by releasing it to North America and Europe. I want to see what architects over the world can make.
Dragon Quest Builders is a sandbox action RPG developed by Square Enix for PS4, PS3, and PS Vita. The player takes the role of a savior who is rebuilding the world that was once destroyed. The style of this game is somewhat different from other DQ series, and is rather similar to those of Minecraft or Terraria. Dragon Quest Builders will be released in North America in October.