It seems that there will still be three distinct SKUs for this 'all-in-one' version, identifiable with Wii U, Wii and PC branding. Each will still, nevertheless, contain copies for all three platforms.
Square Enix has announced that the upcoming Dragon Quest X 'all-in-one' retail release in Japan will include Wii, Wii U and PC versions in the same package; all at an attractive price that converts to under $50. To accompany the announcement of this innovative strategy, Square Enix also released a new trailer featuring a few of Dragon Quest X's new story elements:
Dragon Quest X for Wii, Wii U and PC will be released on 7th August, while the 3DS version will be released on 5th September. So far, both versions of the game have been confirmed for Japan only, while the 3DS version will need an additional monthly subscription from its big-screen contemporaries.
Picturing the hot, salty tears of the poor individual who has to reconcile three different sets of packaging art requirements while incorporating Nintendo and Windows PC platforms? Less entertained by this thought than Dragon Quest X finally making it to the West, some day? Comment away!