The announcement was made during the franchise's 10th anniversary celebration, but has yet to have a mentioned release window.
Confirming previous speculations , Dragon's Dogma II was officially revealed by Capcom in a special 10th anniversary livestream of the franchise this Thursday (16).

The announcement came at the end of the event by the director of the first game, Hideaki Itsuno. No trailer or gameplay was released on this occasion, let alone the release date of the sequel.

Shortly after the presentation, a statement from Capcom confirmed that the production will be based on the RE Engine, the graphics engine that the publisher has been using in its current productions, such as Resident Evil Village and Devil May Cry 5. Itsuno said the following in the broadcast:

Sorry for making you wait. Dragon's Dogma II is currently in development!
Everyone on the development team is working hard to create the game and we hope you enjoy it! Please look forward to it!

The first game was originally released in May 2012 for PS3 and Xbox 360. It later received an updated version called Dark Arisen, which included expansion content. It then had ports on PS4 , Xbox One, Switch, and PC — and even anime in the Netflix catalogue.

Dragon's Dogma II would arrive earlier, but director opted to produce Devil May Cry 5 first

In 2019, Itsuno gave an interview to VG247 and revealed that years ago he had to choose between producing Dragon's Dogma II or Devil May Cry 5. As many know, he chose to work on the second option.



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