Dragon Quest Treasures Demo Available Now in Japan, Supports English

    Save data transfers to the full game.

    Square Enix announced a demo for Dragon Quest Treasures is available now in the Japanese Nintendo Switch eShop. The demo supports English, so overseas players may download the demo with a Japanese Nintendo account if desired.

    According to Square Enix, the demo features content up until Erik and Mia embark on their treasure hunting adventure in Dragon Quest Treasures. Save data from the demo transfers to the full game. Players must first update their copy of Dragon Quest Treasures to version 1.0.1 to successfully transfer the save data, however.

    Here’s an overview of Dragon Quest Treasures via the Nintendo eShop:


    Erik and his sister Mia live on a Viking longship, dreaming of the day they can explore the world in search of grand treasure. One night they encounter a pair of otherworldly creatures, Porcus and Purrsula, and are whisked away to a mysterious place known as Draconia – a legendary land full of treasures just waiting to be discovered. The adventure Erik and Mia have always dreamed of is finally underway!

    With the vast world of Draconia to explore and tons of tantalizing treasure to find, Erik, Mia, and their cute companions will need some help. The team soon befriends and recruits a veritable variety of well-mannered monsters. By making use of these monsters’ magical visions of hidden treasure and their unique treasure-hunting abilities, our heroes will race over open fields, scale cliffs with a single bound, and glide over gaping chasms to locate loot in even the most fiendishly inaccessible spots!

    Venture into a vast, varied world where twists, turns, and mysteries lie hidden on your path to discovering the legendary treasure of Draconia!

    Lastly, Dragon Quest Treasures is available now for Nintendo Switch worldwide.

    Soul Kiwami
    Soul Kiwami
    Raul Ochoa, a.k.a. Soul Kiwami, is the Deputy Editor in Chief of Final Weapon and a News Writer at Game Rant. With a passion for the Japanese gaming industry, Raul is a huge fan of Nintendo Switch, PC hardware, JRPGs and fighting/action games. business email:

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