Square wants to support Dragon Quest X with content for 10 years

By Stephany Nunneley, Saturday, 4 August 2012 17:57 GMT

A report out of Japanese newspaper Nikkei states Square Enix plans to support Dragon Quest X with downloadable content for 10 years.

The report, via Inside Gamer, came out as the game launched in Japan on August 2.

Producer Yosuke Saito has also said the game will contain weekly updates containing more quests and story sets, and 10 weeks post launch, a larger update with new systems and gameplay elements will be released.

The game offers two free hours of play time each day, but if users wish to play more, they need to buy a 30-day subscription $13.

Thanks: Andriasang, Siliconera.

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