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Dragon Quest X is to No Longer Be a Wii-Console Exclusive, Headed to the PC

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In the past, Dragon Quest X: Rise of the Five Tribes Online has remained a Wii console exclusive title – first on the Nintendo Wii and later on the Wii U. But like Square Enix’s other online title Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn it will no longer be staying put on the one console – this time making  a jump to the Windows PC.

As an online game there will be monthly subscriptions, and when it launches on the 26th September 2013 there will be a standard edition release for 3,990 yen that comes with a 20-day trial for the game and a special edition which comes with a number of goodies for a higher price of 9,800 yen.

A beta test is currently ongoing for the title, which you can test your system for / apply for HERE. You do seem to need to run the benchmark software before applying for the beta test. Alternatively you can check out the PC versions official website HERE.

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