After eleven years of anticipation, the first trailer for Dragon’s Dogma 2 has been released at PlayStation Showcase, promising a vast adventure.
The new Dragon’s Dogma 2 trailer has plenty to offer, from fearsome monsters to thrilling gameplay. Capcom unveiled the gameplay of the long-awaited action RPG at PlayStation Showcase. Fans couldn’t be more excited for what’s to come.
The first Dragon’s Dogma was released in 2012 for PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360, and critics have lavished praise on its gameplay and innovative combat system.
The game’s protagonist, Arisen, is accompanied by AI-guided companions on foot. They help the player character on his journey. Players could create their own pawns or borrow pawns made by other players. Another core gameplay element was the ability to climb on top of enemies to fight them.
The Dragon’s Dogma 2 trailer starts with beautiful landscapes but soon moves into action. It looks like Arisen is making a comeback. However, he has no memory of his previous adventures. What exactly the story will contain is hard to say at the moment. Many mythical creatures appear, from the expected dragons to gorgons and various other magical beasts. The usual Dragon’s Dogma gameplay elements are still present. The Arisen climb on top of enemies during combat. Apparently, at least parts of the environment will be destructible. They also allow interactions through magic.
Capcom also promises that the game will be narrative-driven, with plenty of choices, from how Arisen looks and what his profession is, to how to approach each situation.
The game also promises companions. They will be so unique that players may think they are participating in a multiplayer adventure. According to the Dragon’s Dogma 2 website, this will be made possible by the latest artificial intelligence technology.
Fans are undoubtedly excited to see if the game will be a worthy successor to the original. However, exactly when Capcom will release the game is not yet known. But given that fans have been waiting eleven years for a sequel, a few more months seems bearable.
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