Garena gives last chance to preregister to DQMSL SEA as pre-reg period nears endpoint

Written by Louis

July 21, 2015

The F2P Mobile RPG will be arriving on SEA shores soon, and Garena offers you a chance to grab some cool stuff ahead of the crowd.

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Square Enix’s Dragon Quest Monsters Super Light, the mobile port to the Nintendo 3DS hit Dragon Quest is finally coming to the SEA-shore as Garena secures the publishing rights to distribute the game in South East Asia. While still on a waiting period, Garena currently hosts a pre-registration period, which is actually about to end, for players to register their accounts ahead and receive in-game rewards.

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DQMSL Gamescreen, image by Google

While DQMSL has long been available for mobile, the game was released on the Japanese language making it almost exclusive to Japanese players (or those who can read and understand Nihon-go). Now venturing out to the world, this Mobile JRPG will be made available for South East Asian Mobile Gamers through the way of former VPN service provider, and now Game Publishing company, Garena. Dragon Quest Monsters Super Light gameplay lets you control a main character that captures, breeds and trains monsters for PVE battles, and dungeon crawls. DQMSL SEA is set to release later this month, and players who wish to pre-register their accounts to receive in-game freebies can do so by visiting the Garena DQMSL SEA Preregistration webpage.

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