During the stream in honor of the 10th anniversary of the series, Capcom announced Dragon’s Dogma 2 – the game is being developed on the Resident Evil Village and Devil May Cry 5 engine.
Game director Hideaki Itsuno announced the good news for fans, dressed up in a T-shirt with a logo. True, the project is at an early stage of development, so no information was provided, except for the announcement image with the logo. However, it is known that the game will run on the Capcom RE Engine, which is the company’s own development, and on which Monster Hunter: Rise, Devil May Cry 5 and games of the Resident Evil series were created.
The first Dragon’s Dogma was released in May 2012 to critical acclaim and became a commercial success – but Western players have come to love the game over time. Particularly note the gameplay and the system of “pawns”: NPCs in the squad talk, give useful advice, ask for help and go to complete tasks around the world. Moreover, two pawns out of three are copies of other players who do not have to be in the lobby and in general in the game.