By Sato . October 24, 2019 . eight:40am
Dragon Quest X released its Version five. update, “Ibara no Miko to Horobi no Kami” (The Maiden of Thorns and the God of Destruction), but it saw a bit of a prickly debut due to an eShop error in Japan. [Thanks, Hachima.]
The version update was initially anticipated to launch considerably earlier, but producer Koji Aoyama announced in the morning that due to a registration error with the Switch version on the Nintendo eShop, they had to delay its launch to five:00pm JST in order to repair the problem. Square Enix viewed as launching the version update for other platforms not impacted by the problem, but decided that it would be fair for all adventurers to have a simultaneous release.
— AliciaNov.15 (@Alicianov15) October 23, 2019
Square Enix didn’t go into precise information about the eShop error, but a number of players like @Alicianov15 reported that right after getting by way of Nintendo eShop they have been receiving registered as the Wii U version of the game.
The dilemma was sooner or later fixed and sales for the Switch and Wii U versions resumed on eShop. These impacted by the problem ought to have received an e mail on the matter. These who did not obtain an e mail can speak to help right here (Wii U version) and right here (Switch version).
Dragon Quest X is offered in Japan on PlayStation four, Nintendo Switch, Wii U, and Computer.
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