Dragon’s Dogma by Capcom had become somewhat old news since its release back in May. Recently, however, Itsuno, The game’s director, has indicated that updates are well on their way.
He urged that users do not throw away their old disks yet.
In a recent interview, Hideaki Itsuno revealed that since the game had received such a positive feedback, it was decided that the game should be revived.
For now the director has not revealed exactly what the updates will be but has just indicated that new content is in the pipelines.
Dragon’s Dogma, released back in May 2012 in America, Europe and Japan, has to date sold more than a million units.
The director amused that the sales had exceeded everyone’s expectations and the success has made the developers determined to release more versions of the Dragon’s Dogma game. He said that it all depends on the reaction of the fans and their support.
Dragon’s Dogma is an RPG designed for both Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3. The game is multiplayer and does not require an internet connection. The plot is extremely interesting and unique.
The player is met with a dragon at the beginning to proceeds to tear out his heart. Most of the game involves the player seeking to retrieve his heart and slay the dragon. Once this objective is achieved, the player has to slay a character named Seneschal.
If successful, the player overtakes his position. If the player fails, he must become a dragon himself and steal other men’s hearts much like his own was stolen.
Capcom, the developers of the game, have plenty of other successes in their bags like Resident Evil, Breath of Fire, Devil May Cry, and Killer 7.
The Dragon’s Dogma, however, is especially close to the director who claims that it was his childhood dream to create such a game. This is why he employed up to one hundred and fifty people for its development.
The game has taken no less than three years to be completed. Consequently, Itsuno is not ready to give it up just yet. With new content and updates on their way, Itsuno wishes to see Dragon’s Dogma gain as much success as his previous projects.