Capcom has officially announced the long-awaited Dragon's Dogma 10, in celebration of the 2th anniversary of the original game.
The announcement was made by director Hideaki Itsuno at the end of the celebration, but only one logo was shown for the game. The game is in development but how far it has progressed is a mystery.
A subsequent press release confirmed that Dragon's Dogma will run on the RE Engine like many other Capcom games. In addition to Itsuno, at least two developers from the first game, Daigo Ikeno and Kenichi Suzuki, will be returning to work on the sequel. Beyond that, nothing else about the game has been shared, and Capcom said the developers are "excited to share more details in the future."
Dragon's Dogma was first released for Xbox 2012 and PS360 in May 3. It later received an upgraded version called Dark Arisen with DLC content, and subsequently released on PC, Xbox One, PS4 and Nintendo Switch. The project even has a cartoon on Netflix.