It's official, Dragon's Dogma 2 is now in development

Finally! It only took a decade...

It's official, Dragon's Dogma 2 is now in development

Dragon's Dogma 2 is in development using the RE Engine

After over a decade after launch, Capcom has confirmed that Dragon's Dogma is getting a sequel, with series director Hideaki Itsuno once again taking control of the franchise. 

During Capcom's 10-year anniversary mini documentary on Dragon's Dogma, Hideaki Itsuno revealed that Dragon's Dogma 2 is in development, and that the game will be making use of Capcom's RE Engine.

Capcom's RE Engine has already been used to create a large number of Capcom games, including every new Resident Evil game since 2017's Resident Evil 7, Devil May Cry 5, and Monster Hunter: Rise. The engine is also currently being used to create Street Fighter 6, Exoprimal, Pragmata, and Resident Evil 4. The engine is incredibly versatile and has the ability to create fantastic looking games, though it remains to be seen how well the engine will cope when used to create an RPG like Dragon's Dogma II. 

Sadly, little is known about Dragon's Dogma II aside from the engine it uses. The game has no confirmed platforms, or a confirmed release date, though it is likely that the game will be current-generation only.

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18-06-2022, 12:45:33

Originally Posted by WYP View Post
The game currently has no release date.
Good. That is exactly how it should be. Not with a "give us your money early" date on it.

I still can't believe I handed over $20 for the limited edition of Duke Nukem Forever in 2002. It never arrived, and I never got my money back because the company I handed it to went bust (Electronics Boutique, US).

I did end up buying a Balls Of Steel when 2k? launched it for a tenner though, so there is that.

Very tired of seeing games that are fixed about three months after launch, and that someone may finally be realising that people don't want the experience utterly ruined by playing a broken game for a week, only to lose their save game ETC.

Tell you what, if it wasn't all influencers now and nodding dogs games would have been slaughtered like they were in the magazine days. I know CP got slaughtered, but it was too late. They had already cashed in and were holding people's money. That should not be allowed to happen. It never used to !Quote

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