Dragon's Dogma 2

Please, Capcom. Please.

Legendary developer Hideaki Itsuno has spoken up about Dragon's Dogma, a game we like to think of as one of the best action role-playing titles of the last decade. There's always been speculation over a much requested sequel, but concrete evidence has never materialised, despite Itsuno saying that he'd love to make it in the past.

And now, here in 2019, Itsuno's dropped another hint. Speaking to VG247, he appears to be quite open about the subject. "When the discussion came up for Devil May Cry 5, I went to Kenzo [Kenzo Tsujimoto, Capcom founder] and I said... Look, I want to make either Devil May Cry 5 or Dragon’s Dogma 2 next," Itsuno explains.

"He said ‘okay, do whatever you want. Do whichever one you want.’ So I thought, alright, y’know what... Let’s do DMC5. So we did that." Fair enough.

However, when pressed on the matter, Itsuno says "Here we are – we’re now finishing up Devil May Cry 5. But I had ideas for Dragon’s Dogma 2 at the time as well. So here we are, it’s the end of this project." What a tease.

In a sense, nothing's changed. Clearly, Itsuno still wants to make Dragon's Dogma 2, so it's just a case of hoping that Capcom lets him run wild.

Please, Capcom. Please.

[via vg247.com]