Update: The Dragon Quest Treasures demo is now available for download on the North American and European eShops, a few weeks after the Japanese demo became live on the eShop.
Dragon Quest players, start your treasure hunt!
A #DQTreasures demo draws near! 👀
Journey to Draconia in our brand new demo, available now on Nintendo Switch.
Carry over your save data when you purchase the main game and get 5x better buddy bullets to help you in your search for the seven Dragonstones! pic.twitter.com/nU4uBy6ob1
— DRAGON QUEST (@DragonQuest) January 13, 2023
Article at first: In keeping with its reputation for providing generous game samples, Square Enix has returned with one for its most recent Dragon Quest spin-off, Dragon Quest Treasures.
This month’s early release of this game for the Switch earned favorable reviews from the critics. We scored the game eight out of ten stars in our own Nintendo Life review and called it a “excellent” introduction to the RPG subgenre. Veterans can also enjoy it just as much.
You may now get a complete demo of this game from the Japanese eShop if you’ve been wanting to try it out and have access to a Japanese eShop account. The demo’s inclusion of English subtitles raises the possibility that it will eventually be made available worldwide.
『ドラゴンクエスト トレジャーズ 蒼き瞳と大空の羅針盤』のゲーム冒頭、カミュとマヤがお宝探しの大冒険に出るまでの物語をプレイ可能🎮
— ドラゴンクエスト宣伝担当 (@DQ_PR) December 22, 2022
You can play up until the point where you start gathering treasure, which is another thing to keep in mind. If they choose to buy the full version, players can also transfer their progress from the demo to that version.