Capcom is developing a high fantasy action RPG Dragon’s Dogma sequel
Capcom is developing a sequel of its 2012 high fantasy action RPG Dragon’s Dogma, the organization declared Thursday. There are not many authority subtleties, however we truly do know the title — Dragon’s Dogma 2 — and that it will take advantage of Capcom’s RE Engine, which has been used for the majority of the studio’s new games. Chief Hideaki Itsuno reported the new game toward the finish of a video thinking back on the making of the original Dragon’s Dogma.
Dragon’s Dogma II is as of now being developed using Capcom’s RE ENGINE, the organization declared. Platforms and a release date were not declared.
The news came during the “10 Years of Dragon’s Dogma” digital event hosted by Dragon’s Dogma director Hideaki Itsuno.
After 10 long years of watching individuals request a sequel of Dragon’s Dogma, Capcom is at long last getting it going. Series director Hideaki Itsuno reported the new game as a surprise uncover toward the finish of a 10-year anniversary mini-doc for the original Dragon’s Dogma.
The Dragon’s Dogma 2 declaration adds to what’s been a busy few weeks for Capcom, including releasing a lot of new data about the following year’s Street Fighter 6 and reporting a zombie horde’s worth of Resident Evil Village news. In any case, on the off chance that you missed Thursday’s uncover, you may not be the one to focus on — Capcom decided to make a big appearance the Dragon’s Dogma video simultaneously Square Enix debuted a Final Fantasy VII celebration video that was jam-loaded with news.
Itsuno then dropped the so-called microphone and the stream finished after a short sizzle reel from the original game. In a follow-up tweet, Capcom likewise said that Dragon’s Dogma 2 is being made with RE Engine, a similar engine used for the last small bunch of Resident Evil games and Monster Hunter Rise.
So that is all there is to it for the present — Dragon’s Dogma 2 is “currently in development,” Itsuno is guiding it, and a lot of patient fans are presumably very happy.