If there's one game that Capcom fans often request a sequel for, it'd be Dragon's Dogma. Having received a Netflix adaptation last year, a sequel was spotted amongst the leaked games Capcom's planning (credit to GamesRadar), with a tentative release date of Q2 2022.
It goes without saying that until there's official confirmation, that should be taken with a pinch of salt. However, we've now got another update from a separate source, leaker AestheticGamer, claiming this upcoming entry will use Capcom's prominent RE Engine.
Rumours Suggest Dragon's Dogma 2 Has Entered Development, Using The RE Engine
Speaking on Twitter, they advised:
It's pretty safe to assume most Capcom games that aren't ports, remasters, or very specifically using an engine for one reason or another will be using RE Engine. Dragon's Dogma 2 100% is using the RE Engine, but that's not a surprising thing I'd say.
Also known as the "Reach for the Moon Engine", Capcom first created it back in 2014 for Resident Evil 7 and have stuck to it ever since. So far, that's been used for all subsequent Resident Evil games, Monster Hunter Rise, Capcom Arcade Stadium and Ghosts 'n Goblins Resurrection, showing there's a lot of versatility within.