Dragon Quest XII will have more action โ€” HexaDrive is responsible for development

Japanese studio HexaDrive expands staff โ€” designers, programmers and artists are needed. They have to tackle Dragon Quest XII: The Flames of Fate. HexaDrive is founded in 2007 by two natives of Capcom.

They are Matsushita Masakazu, the chief programmer of the fighting game Power Stone 2, as well as the action games Devil May Cry 3 and Lost Planet, and Saito Yasuyuki, programmer of Devil May Cry and the combat robot simulator Steel Battalion. hexadrive is known by The 3rd Birthday for PSP.

Also, the studio assisted Square Enix in the development of Final Fantasy XV. Earlier, Dragon Quest author Yuji Hori stated that the traditional turn-based combat system would change in Dragon Quest XII.

Thats probably why HexaDrive was invited to participate in the development โ€” the team has a lot of experience in creating action-oriented projects. Dragon Quest XII, announced in May, is built on the Unreal Engine 5 engine.

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