Dragon Quest Tact launches The Adventure of Dai second crossover event with special bonuses and more
Dragon Quest Tact is doing a redux with its The Adventure of Dai second crossover event, letting players dive into the anime series DRAGON QUEST: The Adventure of Dai from now until July 12th. In particular, there will be plenty of event quests to take on, along with an original story where Dai and Popp will take centerstage.
Additionally, the latest update for Dragon Quest Tact will also let players score event-exclusive characters Maam and Baran. Plus, they can recruit S-Rank character Dark Armour Spear Hyunckel as well. Meanwhile, collecting Second Adventure of Dai Medals will reward players with special items they can redeem. Then, the Adventure of Dai Crossover Present login event will put up to 12,800 Gems up for grabs for players who simply log into the game during the event.
Finally, logging into the game before July 2nd will reward players with a 2023 DRAGON QUEST DAY SP Scout Voucher in celebration of DRAGON QUEST DAY, which was commemorated on May 27th. This can be used to redeem an SP Scout colour of the player's choice - which means that an S-Rank character will be guaranteed with no effort needed at all!
With all the excitement over the DRAGON QUEST The Adventure of Dai crossover event, don’t miss out on the new version updates! These include the addition of Alchemy Levels and new quality of life updates for stamina recovery and auto-rematches!#DQTACT pic.twitter.com/ZxR1ItbjIO — DRAGON QUEST TACT (@DQTact_EN) June 6, 2023
By the way, we've also got a hands-on video of the game in case you're not familiar with this popular title.
In the meantime, if you're keen on giving this game a go and experiencing the new update yourself, you can do so by downloading Dragon Quest Tact on the Google Play Store for Android devices and on the iOS App Store. It's a free-to-play game with in-app purchases. You can also visit the official website to stay updated on all the latest developments, or join the community of followers on Twitter for more info on the other quality-of-life improvements you can look forward to.