<em>Dragon Quest Builders 2<\/em> is an action role-playing sandbox game that's received a lot of positive reviews. It has been out for the PS4 and Nintendo Switch for roughly a year now. Thus, PC users haven't been able to get in on the fun and that's a shame. Fortunately, they won't have to be excluded for very much longer as the game is indeed coming to Steam.\r\n\r\nIt will be available in December and even include all of the DLC content that was featured in the season passes for the PS4. That's a lot of extra features and goodies to look forward to, including the Aquarium Pack and Modernist Pack. If you're interested in getting your hands on this game, pre-orders are now available on Steam.\r\n\r\nhttps:\/\/www.youtube.com\/watch?v=3p3wh3BPzts\r\n\r\nIf you like block-building games like <em>Minecraft<\/em>, then you're going to love <em>Dragon Quest Builders 2<\/em>. It features two different modes: A single-player mode with a gripping story and online multiplayer where up to four players can join in on a session. Whichever mode you choose, there's a lot to do and see.\r\n\r\nThe environments your player will encounter are fantasy-inspired. They leave you feeling memorized and anxious to see what's next. In the story mode, you'll have the chance to create a character and set off in some forsaken lands along with a companion named Malroth. The main antagonists you'll be pitted against are the Children of Hargon. They're evil and don't want any more building to occur.\r\n\r\nYou must set out and defeat these children before their evil ways spread throughout the land and cause all hope to be lost. The story will keep you entertained for hours, whether you're making new friends, battling foes, or just building some wonderful structures.\r\n\r\nThen when you're ready for some epic creating, you can head online. Again, four players can join in on a session and work together as a team. You can pretty much create whatever you want and there are plenty of resources at your disposal.\r\n\r\nIf you've never played the first game, don't worry. According to Square Enix, the sequel is a standalone experience. You can jump right in without any prior knowledge and feel right at home.\r\n\r\nIt's nice to see such a beloved game come to PC. A whole new audience gets to appreciate this franchise, featuring zany characters, an emotional story, and some addicting gameplay. The game gives the block-building genre a fresh coat of paint.