Dragon’s Dogma 2 officially announced, relies on RE engine

Dragon's Dogma 2 officially announced, relies on RE engine


from Sarah Petzold
Dragon’s Dogma fans have reason to rejoice: Capcom has finally officially announced a second installment in the franchise. Chief developer Hideaki Itsuno also spoke about the new offshoot in the livestream for the tenth anniversary of Dragon’s Dogma.

Dragon’s Dogma is ten years old – and the developers at Capcom want to celebrate that properly. So there’s good news for all fans: Dragon’s Dogma is getting a sequel. Hideaki Itsuno’s team officially announced Dragon’s Dogma 2 during the franchise’s tenth anniversary live stream.

Dragon’s Dogma 2 is set to “start the cycle all over again”

Dragon’s Dogma is an action role-playing game from Capcom that was first released in 2011 and has delighted fans and critics alike. So now there is finally a second part of the game, which is considered an insider tip by RPG enthusiasts and was given a DLC including new story content in 2017 with Dark Arisen.

Itsuno chatted during the Dragon’s Dogma birthday livestream mainly about the development of the first part, but then officially confirmed that Dragon’s Dogma 2 is in development. Unfortunately, there were no further details about the game, such as a trailer or an approximate release date. So fans will have to be patient a little longer.

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But there was news after all: After the leaker AestheticGamer had already announced it, Capcom explained that Dragon’s Dogma 2 will be developed on the basis of the RE Engine and will “start the cycle again”. What exactly the developers mean with this cryptic message is not entirely clear. However, fans suspect that this statement refers to the story or to the events of part 1. If you haven’t played the game yet and want to get an impression of the ARPG for yourself, you can get Dragon’s Dogma on PC at a discounted price, Xbox One, PS4 and Nintendo Switch.

Source: gaming bolt



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