Dragon’s Dogma sequel in development at Capcom

It is official: the dragon’s belief, the cult-classic fantasy RPG, is getting a sequel a decade after its release. Capcom’s Hideaki Itsuno confirmed this during a live stream tonight, but has given no details other than his name, Dragon’s Dogma IIand a logo.

When the dragon’s belief First released in 2012 for PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360, it received only a mediocre reception. kotakuis Tina Amini described A game that was “full of potential” but “falls flat” due to a messy interface, muddy graphics, and an overwhelming amount of side quests.

but the dragon’s belief has its adoring fans who have kept the dragon fire alive. Four years later kotaku‘s first review, Patrick Klepek visited the game for the website. While acknowledging its imperfections, particularly in relation to its merits as an open-world role-playing game, he praised the combat. Over the years, other fans have dropped in and praised the game’s creature design, its batshit story, and its breadth and depth of class customization.

Continue reading: In defense of the dragon’s belief

In 2013, Capcom released Dragon’s Dogma: Dark Arisen, a major expansion with a new, extremely difficult island dungeon to explore. This version made its way to PlayStation 4 and Xbox One in 2017 with beefed-up graphics, and returned to Nintendo Switch in 2019. A year later, Netflix released an anime adaptation. (I didn’t see it. Supposedly it sucks, according to our colleagues gizmodo.) There is also the Japan-only MMO Dragon’s Dogma Onlinebut we don’t need to talk about that. Capcom has shut down the servers in 2019.

Capcom is probably in no hurry to get it Dragon’s Dogma II out the door as the publisher has a number of other tent poles in the pipeline. street fighter 6 coming out next yearand goes to the open world. Resident Evil 4 gets a remake, coming to next-gen consoles and PC next March. And then there is pragmataan enigmatic sci-fi game first announced two years ago for a 2022 release, but was delayed last fall. It’s due out next year.

Doesn’t matter. the dragon’s belief fans, kotaku‘s included, you should sleep well tonight knowing that your favorite wacky action-RPG is finally getting the chance for the sequel it deserves.

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