Dragon’s Dogma 2 is an action RPG developed and published by Capcom.
It is developed on Capcom’s RE Engine, and was confirmed to be in production in June 2022, 10 years on from its predecessor’s launch.
The open-world action RPG launches on March 22nd, 2024, for Xbox Series X/S, PS5 and PC. Check out ten things you should know.
The open world action RPG is set to launch for PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S, and PC on March 22, 2024.
The character creator for crafting the Arisen and Main Pawn is also showcased and uses photogrammetry for added realism.
Set in a parallel world, players once again assume the role of the Arisen and take the help of Pawns to defeat the dragon.
An Intel Core i7-10700 or AMD Ryzen 5 3600X, 16 GB of RAM and a GeForce RTX 2080 or AMD Radeon RX 6700 can deliver 2160i/30 FPS.
The Deluxe Edition includes several in-game items, including custom sounds and 1500 Rift Crystals to spend "beyond the Rift."
A recent PEGI rating for the upcoming open world action RPG revealed ahead of time that it will launch in late March.
Players will still use Ferrystones to fast-travel to the nearest temporary or permanent Portcrystal in the upcoming sequel.
The action RPG has been rated 18 for "Violence", but the European rating system also noted the presence of in-game purchases.
Hosted by director Hideaki Itsuno and producer Yoshiaki Hirabayashi, the 15-minute showcase features new gameplay and details.
The long-awaited open world action RPG might not be too far away from releasing, if the rating is anything to go by.
This is despite no scripted events, per director Hideaki Itsuno. "There are no invisible flags or triggers that cause certain events."
"That feeling of a living world is something that I’ve definitely tried to achieve in Dragon’s Dogma 2," says Hideaki Itsuno.
Director Hideaki Itsuno says you'll "never see a loading screen" when exploring dungeons, caves, and other parts of the world.
Check out how the Fighter controls as the party battles against a Griffin in the hands-on demo from the Tokyo Game Show.
There are four starting Vocations - Thief, Fighter, Mage and Archer - and Advanced Vocations like Mystic Spearhand and Magick Archer.
The TGS 2023 Capcom Online Special Program will feature director Hideaki Itsuno presenting new details for the action RPG.
Producer Hideaki Itsuno also confirmed new Vocations, new monsters like Medusa and Pawns being able to guide you to different locations.
The single player open world action RPG recently debuted its gameplay, but it will have more to show off at the imminent Capcom Showcase.
Capcom is promising "an adventure so unique you will feel as if accompanied by other players while on your own adventure."
The first gameplay for the open-world action RPG debuts, showcasing some of the fantasy environments players will traverse.
Director Hideaki Itsuno says the follow-up is "becoming an interesting game" and tells fans to "Stay tuned for more news."
The long-awaited sequel could take place directly after the first game's events, going by the potential Endless Chain reference.
No release window or platforms announced but the cult-classic action RPG is finally getting a sequel more than a decade later.
A 10th anniversary celebration livestream for the original Dragon's Dogma is set to broadcast in a couple of hours.
A 10th anniversary celebration event has been slated for June 16th, and will be available via YouTube at 3:00 PM PDT or 11:00 PM BST.
After Hideaki Itsuno retweeted the showcase announcement, DasVergeben said, "Dragon's Dogma fans are in for a treat today. I hope you're excited 2 see it."
Dragon's Dogma 2 has been in the rumour mill for nearly a couple of years, and Hideaki Itsuno's Twitter activity might suggest an announcement could be coming soon.
While far from a confirmation for a sequel, Capcom is celebrating the 10th anniversary for Dragon's Dogma with a new website.
Capcom's Hideaki Itsuno is reportedly working on a sequel to the 2012 action RPG as per various leaks and rumors through the years.
Insider AestheticGamer says it's safe to assume that "most Capcom games" that aren't ports, remasters or titles using a different engine "will be using RE Engine."
Hideaki Itsuno is at work on his next game.
Remakes for Power Stone and Final Fight also supposedly in the works.
"If I could, I'd love to make Dragon's Dogma 2," says Hideaki Itsuno.
Dragon's Dogma was his biggest success, but DMC5 took the most effort, says Hideaki Itsuno.