It’s been a long wait, but Capcom has finally announced that it’s working on a sequel to cult fantasy RPG Dragon’s Dogma.
Speculation has been swirling about a follow-up to the much-loved 2012 game for some time, only heightened by Capcom’s decision to host a tenth anniversary livestream for the not-exactly-hit title.
It was in this retrospective livestream that Capcom’s long-awaited announcement was finally made, with series director Hideaki Itsuno revealing that Dragon’s Dogma 2 is currently in development by removing his jacket to reveal a t-shirt emblazoned with the Dragon’s logo. the following.
Unfortunately, beyond the fact that it will use RE Engine, there is still little additional information to share about the project – certainly no indication of platforms or release date – but hopefully Capcom will have more to be revealed soon.
Until then, why not take a trip down memory lane with Capcom’s 10th anniversary livestream which, among other things, reveals that Wales was the inspiration for Dragon’s Dogma tuning Gransys. Which I really should have guessed, given how many chimeras I regularly have to fight on the way to Tescos.