Capcom has formally introduced Dragon’s Dogma 2, a sequel to the studio’s 2012 motion RPG.
Hideaki Itsuno, the director of the unique Dragon’s Dogma, introduced the sequel on the finish of the ten Years of Dragon’s Dogma livestream immediately. In addition to studying that it the brand new recreation is being developed on the RE Engine, we obtained no additional details about the sport apart from a emblem on a shirt worn by Itsuno.
Dragon’s Dogma was directed by Capcom’s Hideaki Itsuno, greatest identified for his work on Satan Might Cry. Dragon’s Dogma’s deal with real-time fight in a darkish medieval fantasy world intrigued followers, however it was the deep motion system, AI-controlled allies, and deep RPG roots that earned it a number of followers. Even when the collection failed financially.
Whereas followers’ hope for a correct sequel was dim, Capcom’s high-profile information leak, which indicated Dragon’s Dogma 2 within the works, led to a brand new optimism.
There was additionally hope after Netflix selected to convey a Dragon’s Dogma anime to its subscribers in 2020. In our Dragon’s Dogma anime evaluate, we stated, “the motion and visuals are improbable, however the meandering plot doesn’t match the scope and grandeur of the present.”
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