Dragon Quest XI: Echoes of an Elusive Age vil snart udkomme i Eiropa, og vi har talt med producerne Takeshi Uchikawa, Hokuto Okamoto og Hikari Kubota (via en oversætter) ved E3. De fortalte om, hvordan de ikke bare fokuserede på spillere der ville spille Dragon Quest, men også på spillere der ønskede at dele oplevelsen på steder som Youtube.
"So for example this time we included something called Draconian Quest" fortæller Okamoto. "It's maybe something that's only a temporary popular thing, but right now in Japan and all around the world it's quite popular to show yourself playing games and show the actual gameplay on YouTube to people, and it's a way of showing that games are not just for playing but can be enjoyed in many other ways."
"And so when we realised that this was quite a popular aspect of gameplay nowadays we thought about what would make this more interesting for people, and we came up with this idea of the Draconian Quest which allows you to go in and put limits on different things on your playstyle, so you can make the monsters extra difficult and you can set it so you can't run away from battles and you can set it so that you can't buy things. So by adding these limitations in, people that are playing on YouTube can be like 'oh guys, look at me I'm awesome, I managed to beat it with all these limitations on it' and it just adds another dimension to the game."