Psaro announced as a playable character for Dragon Quest Heroes

Box art for the game also officially unveiled.

Dragon Quest Heroes

In line with today’s predominant Dragon Quest focus for Square Enix’s livestreaming at Jump Festa, the publisher has announced that Dragon Quest IV‘s Psaro will be joining the fray in Dragon Quest Heroes as a playable character.

No concrete details were offered up about Psaro’s playstyle, though Daisuke Ono has been stated to be his voice actor. Additionally, the box art for both the PS4 and PS3 versions of the game were shown off, which you can find below.

Dragon Quest Heroes

There’s plenty of other footage abound to parse through as well, most notably a brief showcase of some of Kiryl’s abilities, plus an extended battle with a Gigantes, and a cut-scene showing off the dynamics between original protagonists Mehr and Akuto. Catch the footage below.

  • Kiryl’s abilities – 12:00
  • Gigantes Battle – 13:50
  • Akuto and Mehr cutscene – 25:30
  • Monster Coin introduction – 27:00
  • Psaro character announcement – 30:50

Dragon Quest Heroes is set to come out in Japan on February 26 for PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4.

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