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Capcom made a strong reference to the future of Dragon’s Dogma



Capcom made a strong reference to the future of Dragon’s Dogma


The director says they’ve almost cut into the sequel, and Capcom continues to treat the game as an important franchise.

The IGN staff recently interviewed Icuno Hideaki, a Dragon’s Dogma and the director of Devil May Cry 5, who spoke about these two games during the conversation.

“I struggled hard to make a sequel to Dragon’s Dogma or Devil May Cry 5. We ended up opting for the latter, but I feel that Dragon’s Dogma’s influence is still strong, and without it DMC5 wouldn’t have been possible.”

They were then rightly asked if we could expect to continue, and Icuno gave a rather mysterious answer.

“We still consider Dragon’s Dogma an important franchise … but I can’t say more than that yet.”

Originally debuting in 2012, and moving to new-generation platforms in recent years, the action RPG has performed quite well at the box office and for critics alike, so it wouldn’t be a surprise a possible sequel. Could this be one of Capcom’s first nextgen games? It turns out over time – there is currently a suspiciously quiet silence around the publisher’s house that a Resident Evil announcement will soon break.