Here’s The Dragon Quest Builders 2 Launch Trailer

July 10, 2019

With just two days until the official Dragon Quest Builders 2 launch here in Australia, today Square Enix has released the official launch trailer showcasing what’s involved in this Minecraft-esque sandbox open-world story-driven adventure.

The trailer shows off various different gameplay mechanics, including the fact that you’ll rely on your party much more this time around, including the ability to construct buildings in 4-player multiplayer.

Rocket Chainsaw is currently busy at work playing Dragon Quest Builders 2 on both PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch, and we’ll have full reviews available at launch for each.

Watch the official Dragon Quest Builders 2 Launch Trailer


Join Your Friends to Explore Islands, Build New Creations and Defeat Enemies in the Sequel to the Beloved Original Block-Building RPG! In a world where the evil Children of Hargon have outlawed building, cooking, and the creation of all things, YOU must defy this dastardly decree and save the world!

On the Isle of Awakening your journey begins after you survive a stormy shipwreck. You’ll team-up with the mysterious Malroth, and arm yourself with mallet and club as you fight off the children of Hargon and build structures, settlements, and whatever else your imagination is inspired to invent! Explore a variety of locations across the islands, plant and harvest crops with your villagers, discover new blueprints, and battle fearsome foes. Adventure and build with friends in the all new online multiplayer mode!

4-Player multiplayer comes to DRAGON QUEST BUILDERS 2! Team up with your friends to build amazing things together! Customize your characters, visit your friend’s islands, and get building with your buddies!

Rocket Chainsaw reviewed the first Dragon Quest Builders, giving it 3.5 stars, explaining that “Square Enix has produced a great game that successfully straddles the line between action RPG and creative freedom.

Dragon Quest Builders 2 launches in Australia on PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch platforms this Friday, 12th July, 2019. For more information, head to the official website.