Dragon's Dogma is a game Capcom fans have often wanted a sequel for. First released back in 2012, it saw an expanded edition soon after called Dark Arisen, which most recently made the journey to Nintendo Switch back in 2019.
Having received a Netflix adaptation last year, Capcom's been keeping this franchise alive. Back in November 2020 last year, we got news that a sequel is almost certainly arriving next year, though no official confirmation has been given at this time. However, for those looking to find out more, here's everything we know about Dragon's Dogma 2.
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It's been a good month for Dragon's Dogma fans! At the Capcom Showcase in June, a sequel was formally announced. It's being developed on the RE Engine with original Game Director Hideaki Itsuno returning. Sadly there's no news on a release date, and little more than confirmation at the end of the Dragon's Dogma 10 years celebration. Check it out below:
Despite leakers suggesting the game could come out in April 2022, we've still heard nothing about Dragon's Dogma 2. Let's hope that something emerges in the near future.
A Capcom countdown page is teasing some sort of announcement for next weekend. Whilst we think it's more likely that this will be for Street Fighter 6, it could be Dragon's Dogma, it was after all mentioned in a massive data breach at Capcom together with Resident Evil 4 Remake, Monster Hunter 6, and a few more titles. Stay tuned for more info.
Rumours suggest Dragon's Dogma 2 has entered development, using the RE Engine. AestheticGamer has claimed this upcoming entry will use Capcom's prominent RE Engine, which has previously been used across Resident Evil, Monster Hunter Rise, Capcom Arcade Stadium and Ghosts 'n Goblins Resurrection. You can read more here.
When Capcom were struck by the ransomware attack last year, that revealed a lot of internal documents about upcoming plans. Several of those listed projects have since been confirmed - like Great Ace Attorney, Resident Evil 4 VR and Monster Hunter Rise's PC port - and "Dragon's Dogma 2" was also listed. That was the first inkling that the game was in development, which all changed once the game was officially announced in summer 2022.
Release date speculation
Capcom's leaked internal documents suggested a tentative release date for Q2 2022. That would have placed the game releasing at some point between April-June 2022. But right now, at the time of writing, the game has only just been confirmed. As such, it's likely that with Covid-19 causing widespread delays across the gaming industry that this game might also have been pushed back considerably.
Now the game is official, it's likely we'll find out more about a release date at some point in the near future. Until then, feel free to read up on the FIFA 23 beta, as well as our predicted ratings and news on the web app!