Things Are Moving Well For Dragon’s Dogma 2 According To Hideaki Itsuno
Exciting News For Dragon's Dogma 2!
At the end of every year, the Japanese website Famitsu publishes interviews with game creators and directors where they tease us by giving insight into projects they’re working on.
In this year’s publication, Dragon’s Dogma 2 director Hideaki Isuno gave fans an update on the game’s development. He said:
“I’m currently immersed in the production of Dragon’s Dogma 2, so much so that I’m losing my sense of what season it is. Things are moving along well, so I hope to further our development progress so that we can share an update with you as soon as possible.”
Dragon’s Dogma 2 was officially announced earlier this year, while Capcom celebrated the official tenth anniversary of the franchise.
Currently, there is very minimal information about the game, but we know it is based on the RE Engine same engine that’s been powering Resident Evil games since Resident Evil 7. Hideaki Itsuno already has plenty of experience with the engine since his previous work: Devil May Cry 5, also utilized the RE Engine.
In 2012, Dragon’s Dogma was praised for its deep combat mechanics in an open-world RPG setting, which set it apart from other RPG games at the time. The game has since been considered an underrated title, and Capcom could be looking to capitalize on this reputation with Dragon’s Dogma 2.
Fans can rest assured that Hideaki Itsuno is working hard to ensure that Dragon’s Dogma 2 lives up to expectations. The director has become a fan-favorite in recent years after his work on the original Dragon’s Dogma and the last few Devil May Cry games, and it looks like he will not disappoint fans this time, either.
2023 seems stacked for Capcom as they’re set to release big titles like Resident Evil 4 Remake, Street Fighter 6. and Monster Hunter: Rise Sunbreak. Although there is no proper release date for Dragon’s Dogma 2, the director hopes to share more information soon.
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