Square Enix has updated the official website for Dragon Quest XI: In Search of Departed Time with new information and screenshots about characters Veronica and Senya, and the Homura Village.
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A genius girl who uses powerful attack spells. A tomboy who knows no fear, she won’t flinch in a fight no matter whether her opponent is an adult or a monster. Despite her appearance, she is mature and very much hates being treated like a child.
—A fearless genius who uses powerful attack spells!
Veronica contributes to battles as an attacker equipped with various attack spells. Weapons she can equip include two-handed staffs and whips. In addition to being able to increase the power of specialty spells with two-handed staffs, she also specializes in unleashing strong blows to groups of enemies with a whip.
—Veronica Spell: “Kafrizz”
—Two-Handed Staff Weapon Special Skill: “Berserk Magic Circle””
—Whip Weapon Special Skill: “Extreme Dragon Strike”
A healer that supports the party with recovery spells. She has a kind-hearted and gentle personality, but can also be somewhat unreliable and always makes her travel companion Veronica impatient.
—An easygoing healer that supports the party with recovery spells!
Senya specializes in recovery spells and is responsible for healing the party. Weapons she can equip include sticks and spears. Senya can contribute to battles in a variety of ways. For example, equip a stick to further enhance her ability to protect her allies, or wield a spear to take on the role of an attacker.
—Senya Spell: “Multiheal”
—Spear Weapon Special Skill: “Flash Strike”
—Senya Spell: “Kaswoosh”
—Stick Weapon Special Skill: “Holy Light”
A village blessed by a volcano.
A village lined with Japanese-style buildings at the foot of Hinonogi Volcano. People live sturdily under the leadership of a shrine maiden. Blessed by the volcano, the village thrives in iron manufacture and smithing, and also has a steam bath house.
—Lined with Japanese-style buildings, smoke rises in Homura village from the blacksmith workshops. The shrine where the shrine maiden lives stands in the back of the village.
Dragon Quest XI: In Search of Departed Time will launch for PlayStation 4 and 3DS on July 29 in Japan. A Switch version is also planned, but has yet to be shown or dated.
View the screenshots at the gallery.