Dragon’s Dogma 2 is Reportedly In Development at Capcom Right Now

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Dragon’s Dogma 2 looks as though it is real, which will surely make many fans of the first title more than pleased.

Capcom has slowly been returning to a lot of its dormant properties over the years with new chapters in the Devil May Cry and Resident Evil franchises likely being the most noteworthy. As time continues to go on, though, fans continue to ask the publisher to make new installments of other games that haven’t been seen or heard from in quite a bit. Fortunately, for one of those franchises, it sounds as though a return should be coming about in the future.

As reported by of IGN, Capcom is said to currently be developing Dragon’s Dogma 2, which is a much-requested sequel to the publisher’s popular Action-RPG. The original Dragon’s Dogma first released back in 2012 and has since been ported over to PS4, Xbox One, and Switch via its newer Dark Arisen iteration, but word on an outright sequel has largely been silent on Capcom’s front.

Dragon’s Dogma 2 was actually first found to be mentioned in Capcom’s major data leak that came about earlier this week, with the game being said to arrive by the publisher’s 2022 fiscal year. That said, IGN itself also was able to verify this information with independent sources of its own, seemingly confirming that it is in the works, even though the release window might no longer be true. As a whole, this revelation isn’t much of a shock, but it will surely please many who have been clamoring for a follow-up entry.

In the near future, we likely shouldn’t expect Capcom to formally announce Dragon’s Dogma 2, especially considering the way in which it has leaked. That said, as we get closer to the game’s planned release window, we should get a first look at it soon enough.

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