It's been a long old wait but Capcom has finally announced it's working on a sequel to cult-classic fantasy RPG Dragon's Dogma.
Speculation has been rife regarding a follow-up to the well-regarded 2012 game for some time, only exacerbated by Capcom's decision to host a tenth anniversary livestream for the not exactly blockbuster title.
It was in this retrospective livestream that Capcom's long-awaited announcement was finally made, with series director Hideaki Itsuno revealing that Dragon's Dogma 2 is currently in development by whipping off his jacket to reveal a t-shirt emblazoned with the sequel's logo.
Unfortunately, beyond the fact it'll utilised RE Engine, there's little additional information to share on the project just yet - certainly no hint of platforms or release date - but hopefully Capcom will have more to reveal soon.
Until then, why not take a trip down memory lane with Capcom's 10th anniversary livestream which, among other things, reveals Wales was the inspiration for Dragon's Dogma's setting of Gransys. Which I really should have guessed, given the number of chimera I regularly have to battle on the way to Tescos.
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