Since Dragon Quest Heroes II is now officially available only in Japan, you will probably encounter geographic restriction or IP blocking while playing Dragon Quest Heroes II outside Japan. The best solution to bypass geo-blocking of Dragon Quest Heroes II is to use a Japan VPN to get a Japanese IP and thus to be virtually in Japan. This article will teach you how to do so.
As what has been said above, we should use a Japan VPN to unblock Dragon Quest Heroes II outside Japan. Since Dragon Quest Heroes II is only available on PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita, we should find a Japan VPN service for PS3, PS4 and PlayStation Vita.
How to bypass geo-restrictions and play Dragon Quest Heroes II outside Japan?
Among all the Japan VPN services I've ever tried, my favorite remains FlyVPN. FlyVPN has got 20+ VPN servers in Japan, which will enable you get a stable and efficient Japan VPN connection. Meanwhile, FlyVPN offers Japan VPN free trial service for new users to test its VPN service quality. You may benefit from it before turning to FlyVPN paid Japan VPN service. Of course, FlyVPN can be used on PlayStation devices. Here are tutorials which may help you:
How to get a free VPN connection on PS3 and PS4 via Microsoft Windows?
How to get a free VPN connection on PS3 and PS4 via Mac OS X?
Here is Dragon Quest Heroes II - PS4 Gameplay Video [1080p/60fps]
More information on Dragon Quest Heroes II
According to IGN, Dragon Quest Heroes II has confirmed its western release date: Dragon Quest Heroes II is coming to West on April 28, 2017 for PlayStation 4. Please follow our blog to get the latest information of the game.
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