Dragon’s Dogma 2 remains in advancement, Capcom verifies

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Capcom and Hideaki Itsuno validated in a livestream that Dragon’s Dogma 2 remains in advancement. Throughout the 10 th anniversary occasion of the very first video game, the designer exposed that the follow up remains in coming.

The livestream was mainly a love letter to the advancement of the very first video game and the designer’s interest in making a dream video game that was various from others on the marketplace. Itsuno likewise discussed his own history with Capcom. At the very end of the stream, he unzipped his hoodie to expose a Dragon’s Dogma 2 tee shirt and verified the video game remained in the works.

We have no other information on the video game at the minute. A splash screen at the end of the stream stated it would like be ranked M17+ by the ESRB, however beyond that, we do not have any information to pass. Reports about the video game’s advancement have actually been around for several years, today a minimum of we understand for sure that it’s taking place.

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