Dragon’s Dogma sequel in development at Capcom

It’s official: Dogma of the Dragon, the cult classic fantasy RPG, is getting a sequel a decade after its release. Hideaki Itsuno from Capcom confirmed this during a live broadcast tonight, but did not share any details other than the name, Dogma Dragon 2and logo.

When Dogma of the Dragon first released in 2012 for the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360, it received mediocre reception. KotakuTina Amini described a game that was “full of potential” but “flopped” with a messy user interface, messy visuals, and a huge amount of side quests.

But Dogma of the Dragon has its ardent fans who support the fire of the dragon. Four years later Kotakuoriginal review, Patrick Klepek reviewed the game for the site. While he acknowledged its shortcomings, especially its merits as an open-world role-playing game, he praised the combat system. Over the years, other fans have come and praised the game’s creature design, its crazy story, and the breadth and depth of class customization.

Read more: In defense Dogma of the Dragon

In 2013, Capcom released Dogma of the Dragon: Rise of Darkness, a major expansion with a new, very difficult island dungeon to explore. This version arrived on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One in 2017 with improved visuals, and again on Nintendo Switch in 2019. A year later, Netflix released an anime adaptation. (I didn’t see him. Like, it sucks, according to our colleagues from Gizmodo.) There is also a Japan-only MMO. Dogma Dragon Onlinebut we don’t need to talk about it. Capcom shut down servers in 2019.

Capcom is likely in no hurry Dogma Dragon 2 out the door, seeing that the publisher has a number of other tents in the works. Street Fighter 6 will be released next yearand going to open world. Resident Evil 4 gets a remake, will be released next March for next-gen consoles and PC. And then there is Pragmataa mysterious sci-fi game that was first announced for release in 2022 two years ago. was arrested last fall. It should come out next year.

Regardless of. Dogma of the Dragon fans, Kotakuturned on should sleep well tonight knowing that their favorite weird RPG is finally getting the chance for the sequel it deserves.

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