Goo-rab Your Hammers: Dragon Quest Builders 2 Slimes Onto PC Soon

Dragon Quest Builders 2 on Steam is also getting a host of extra DLC and pre-purchase goodies to broaden your builder's horizons even further.

Dragon Quest Builders 2 is getting a PC release. The critically acclaimed building game that released on consoles earlier this year is coming to desktops on December 10.

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This is pretty big news for Dragon Quest PC fans, and not just because DQ Builders 2 is one of the year’s sleeper hits. The first Builders game, and basically every Dragon Quest game before DQ XI, hasn’t been ported to PC. Considering that, this will be the first time a decent number of people will get to experience the Minecraft-inspired spinoff.

Fortunately, you don’t need knowledge of the first Builders game or even of Dragon Quest II — which Builders 2 is loosely based on — to fully enjoy the game.

Square Enix is adding some additional goodness to further the enjoyment too. The Steam version of Dragon Quest Builders 2 is getting all the Season Pass content released on the console versions, and those who pre-order the game or purchase it before January 6, 2020, will also get:

  • Ornamental Medicinal Herb Recipe
  • Dragon Quest Logo Recipe
  • Ornamental Chimaera Wing Recipe
  • Five Sigil Block Recipes for building decorative blocks with sun, stars, moon, water and soul motifs
  • Legendary Line Art Recipe
  • Lo-Res Luminary Recipes

The Steam pre-purchase page is live now, but there are no details about Dragon Quest Builders 2′s PC specs yet.

Either way, once it does launch, we’ve got any and every contingency covered with our (dragon’s) den full of Dragon Quest Builder 2 guides. Stay tuned for more on this building game as it develops. 

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