More opportunities for questing and monster-slaying are on the horizon, with Capcom lining up dates for the PS4 and Xbox One versions of Dragon's Dogma: Dark Arisen. There's a new trailer to celebrate the announcement and, as Capcom points out, the original Dragon's Dogma is five years old now, so there may be some aspects of the video newcomers would consider spoilers.
Dragon's Dogma: Dark Arisen is finally making its way to PC in the west in January 2016. The digital release will include all the content from the original Dragon's Dogma, as well as the additional content from its sequel like the Bitterblack Isle area, new enemies, new quests, and new gear. Details after the jump.
We're a little over a month away from the Japanese launch of Dragon's Dogma Online, so Capcom has a new promotional video showing off some of the features. See some of the cinematics, characters, multiplayer, and even cross-platform play between PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4 (which has Vita remote play, too), and PC after the jump.
Capcom announced a launch schedule for Dragon's Dogma Online, which is coming to PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, and PC in Japan on August 31. Prior to that a closed beta will run from July 7-15, with a second closed beta to follow from August 7-10. Hit the jump for a comparison trailer and more.
Capcom is getting ready to kick off an alpha test for Dragon's Dogma Online in Japan. Players will be able to start signing up on April 7, participants will be announced on April 15, and the test will take place on PlayStation 3 between April 20 and 28. More on that and a new trailer after the jump.
Capcom's free-to-play Dragon's Dogma Online recently had a showing at the Dengeki Bunko Spring Festival, with new gameplay footage coming out alongside further details. Hit the jump for more on that and a new gameplay video.
A couple days ago Capcom officially announced Dragon's Dogma Online for PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, and PC. Now we have the first trailer for the free-to-play multiplayer game, which is set to debut in Japan sometime this year. Hit the jump for more.
This week's issue of Famitsu has the full scoop on Dragon's Dogma Online, which has been formally announced as a free-to-play game for PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, and PC. Capcom will update the world of Lestaria through seasonal updates, and the open-world action is currently planned for release in Japan sometime this year. Read on for more.
Though nothing has been officially announced, Capcom has filed a couple recent trademarks for Dragon's Dogma Online. The first was filed in Japan on December 2, with a previously discovered European trademark following hot on its heels on December 5. More after the jump.
Remember the stunning Deep Down trailer Capcom used to show off its potential new title and Panta Rhei engine running on PlayStation 4? It was a doozy, and some took its title letters and medieval style to mean it could be a new Dragon's Dogma game. According to Capcom, however, that's not the case. Read on for more.
Dragon's Dogma: Dark Arisen is out now on Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3. Hooray! However, an update is causing some players to experience the woes of corrupt save files. Boo! Capcom Unity put out a PSA warning players that this could occur, and Capcom is currently working on a fix. Read on for more.