The stream took place yesterday and showed off some gameplay, from destroying rocks to build a waterfall and gliding with a cape in a fashion reminiscent of Super Mario World to some slightly more mundane tasks like clearing some flowers and weeds with your sword. The reveal also announced cooperative multiplayer, allowing you to actually build your Dragon Quest world together with a friend. The original Builders only allowed you to share plots, but Builders 2 takes that a step forward in allowing you and a friend to both be in the same world together.
There's no release date set for Dragon Quest Builders 2 yet, but we do know it's coming. Further information will be coming from Square Enix as the game's launch draws near, but Nintendo Switch fans can look forward to more Dragon Quest in the future.