While plans aren’t exactly set in stone yet, Capcom are apparently discussing making another Dragon’s Dogma game in the future. Capcom producer Minae Matsukawa spoke to PC Gamer about the franchise and said that the possibility of a sequel comes up an awful lot in internal discussions. When asked about where Capcom was at in terms of a sequel, Matsukawa said:

“Thanks for your interest in the series! The Dragon’s Dogma development team members often talk about the possibility of a sequel. We’d love to hear the opinions and feedback from players of the upcoming PC port of Dragon’s Dogma: Dark Arisen, as that will increase the chances that we can look into the possibility of continuing the series.”

However, Matsukawa said that the team was currently only focused on developing a PC version of Dragon’s Dogma, and that a sequel to the game would be far off, as they’re focused on making Dragon’s Dogma: Dark Arisen as great as they possibly can on the PC. Matsukawa also talked about what was so special about making a game for PC in contrast to making a game for a console, such as Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3, where Dragon’s Dogma was originally released. He said:

“This is a game that already looks great on Xbox 360 and PS3, but increased draw distances and uncompressed textures on a powerful PC makes it look absolutely beautiful. It’s also a game that includes many elements inspired by classic RPGs released on the PC. Those reasons plus the requests from our fans make this a perfect fit for a PC release.”

It also seems that, should a sequel come about, it would be the team behind the original Dragon’s Dogma that would work on it, as it has been the original team working on all related games and merchandise since the original game, as Matsukawa noted when asked if the original team was still together:

“Of course! The team from DDDA worked together in 2015 on Dragon’s Dogma Online, which was released for the Japanese market.”

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