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Dragon’s Dogma 2 review | PC Gamer

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What is it? An open-world RPG sequel full of weird companions and gargantuan monsters. 

Release date March 22, 2024

Developer Capcom

Publisher Capcom

Reviewed on RTX 4090, Intel i9-13900k, 32GB RAM

Steam Deck N/A

Link Official site

My journey through Dragon’s Dogma 2 has been a tumultuous one: glorious, thrilling, accidentally hilarious, frustrating, maddening—all the adjectives. It is one of my favourite RPGs, but also a huge pain in the arse. Whatever you feel about it by the end of your own adventure, I guarantee this is a game that will be talked about for a long time. 

Even though it doesn’t massively deviate from the first Dragon’s Dogma, and at times evokes the likes of Monster Hunter and Elden Ring, it still feels like a singular game, overflowing with memorable moments: monumentally epic battles with sun-blotting behemoths, slapstick encounters with goblins who are just begging to be picked up and thrown around, the endless charm of your NPC companions. Every few minutes, a new anecdote is generated. 

(Image credit: Capcom)

You are the Arisen, a soldier killed by a dragon, returned to life despite the absence of a heart. Whenever the dragon appears, a new Arisen also appears, their fates intertwined. The dragon is always destined to make an Arisen, and the Arisen is always destined to fight the dragon. Except this time there’s another claiming the title of Arisen, and with it the mantle of Sovran of Vermund—a monarch, essentially—kicking off a political conspiracy that weaves its way through countless fights with massive monsters. 

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