Dragon Quest Heroes II multiplayer-exclusive dungeon no longer multiplayer-exclusive

Single-player added in response to fan demand.

Dragon Quest Heroes II

Dragon Quest Heroes II‘s previously announced multiplayer-exclusive dungeon, the “Space-Time Labyrinth,” will no longer be multiplayer-exclusive, according to producer Ryota Aomi.

“At first, the Space-Time Labyrinth was a multiplayer-exclusive dungeon, but after the February 24 announcement, after considering everyone’s heated requests, we’ve decided to make single-player gameplay possible as well,” Aomi said on Twitter.

More information is expected during the game’s next Niconico broadcast, which will air on April 8.

Dragon Quest Heroes II: The Twin Kings and the Prophecy’s End is due out for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, and PS Vita on May 27 in Japan.

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