It feels like we've been drip fed information on the upcoming Dragon's Dogma Online for a few months now, but we've finally been granted some live, uncut gameplay to gawk at.
The free-to-play role-playing game looks pretty good to us, with a sprawling world to explore, massive monsters to fight, and glory to be won. Thanks to Gematsu's thoughtful translation work, we've even got some brand new details to share, too.
For starters, the release will support up to 100 players per lobby, which should make for some bustling locales. Meanwhile, quests range from solo escapades to story-based missions, and many requests will change by the day. Perhaps most Interesting, though, is the news that the game will feature a map that's three times the size of Dragon's Dogma's.
By and large, it looks a heck of a lot like the original title, only kitted out with online functionality – and we find it hard to really complain about that premise. Take a look at the video that we've embedded, and let us know if you're busy polishing your sword and shield in the comments section below.
[source gamestalk.net, via gematsu.com]
Is this still Japan only? I loved DD on PS3 and really want to try this...
A bigger map would be awesome. As much as I loved DD the map did feel small when compared to other RPG's.
Im sure this will come to the west but most likely not until late 2016, loved dark arisen so hopefully this keeps the core mechanics
One of my fave games from the PS3. I'll be definitely playing this if it releases in the west.
oh, I am sold =).
I'd pay to play this :/ why isn't it coming out west, and why is it f2p T_T
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