Cloud gaming company Ubitus is collaborating with Square Enix to bring Dragon Quest 10 to mobile devices through Ubitus' GameCloud service, the companies announced today.
Through GameCloud's streaming service, users will be able to play the fully-featured massively multiplayer online role-playing game on mobile devices with touchscreen controls or an optional joystick controller connected by Bluetooth. Dragon Quest 10 will be published first through NTT Docomo's dGame platform on the dTab Android tablet in Japan this winter.
"We expect a dramatically wider range of fans to become accessible to the world of Dragon Quest 10 through the partnership with Ubitus," said Square Enix senior vice president Tomoyoshi Osaki in a press statement.
"Ubitus is thrilled to join force with Square Enix to bring their cutting edge games like Dragon Quest 10 to the consumers through Cloud gaming services," added Ubitus CEO Wesley Kuo. "Users can now share the MMORPG account information between cloud gaming version and other device versions. Both new user and existing user can enjoy the world's first multi-device play across mobile, game console, and PC."
Square Enix has been mulling over bringing the game to North America for several months. Polygon has reached out to the company for details on its plans to bring Dragon Quest 10 to mobile devices outside of Japan. We'll share more information as we receive them.