Dragon’s Creed is very cheap after sequel announced
After 10 years of watching people ask for a Dragon’s Creed sequel, Capcom finally made it happen last week: Announcing Dragon’s Creed 2 (opens in new tab)appropriately enough, at the end of a 10th Anniversary Mini Document (opens in new tab) for the original.
Dragon’s Dogma (opens in new tab) is one of those slightly cult games, and its proponents won’t stop bashing why it’s one of the best action RPGs ever made.It can be an acquired taste (ask Robin who likes it because it’s so tough (opens in new tab)), but if you’ve ever fantasized about climbing on a giant griffin and grabbing it, this is a must try.
The game received a director’s cut called Dark Arisen (which players generally see as an improvement on the beloved original) Now, presumably due to the looming sequel announcement, Capcom has dropped the sale as part of Steam Summer: MSRP $30/£24, but Dragon’s Creed: The Dark Rising can It’s yours now for $4.79 / £3.83 (opens in new tab). This is about 85% off.
There are hundreds of hours of top gaming here, so that’s a few cents an hour. I mean, if you’re going to play with this thing, or just want to go back, I doubt you’ll get something cheaper.If you do pick it up, be sure to send Wes a photo of your Arisen and Pawns (opens in new tab): He loves them.Here’s what you should know before diving (opens in new tab).
Purely because Dragon’s Dogma 2 could take years to complete. Itsuno only showed the logo, and Capcom later confirmed that the game was made using the RE engine, the same engine used by recent Resident Evil games and Monster Hunter Rise.All we can hope is that the director and his team don’t change too much (opens in new tab) Meanwhile, back to the glorious original.