The highly anticipated Dragon’s Dogma II showcase is set to air live, offering fans in South Africa a glimpse into the latest developments of the action RPG.
How to watch ‘Dragon’s Dogma II’ showcase live in South Africa
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Fans of the Dragon’s Dogma series are eagerly awaiting the upcoming showcase of Dragon’s Dogma II, scheduled for Tuesday, 28 November 2023 at 22:35 CAT.
This event promises to deliver fresh insights and gameplay footage, and you can watch it live right here:
Here’s what you can expect from ‘Dragon’s Dogma II’ showcase
The showcase will be led by director Hideaki Itsuno and producer Yoshiaki Hirabayashi.
Their involvement signals significant revelations about the game, as they are set to present all the latest information in an approximately 15-minute segment.
One of the most anticipated details fans are hoping to learn from the showcase is the release date of Dragon’s Dogma II. Since the game’s announcement in May 2023, there has been much speculation but no confirmed release date.
The original Dragon’s Dogma was released in 2012, and fans have been eagerly awaiting a sequel for over a decade. The franchise has garnered a dedicated following, and the announcement of a sequel has only heightened the anticipation.
Capcom, the game’s developer, has revealed that Dragon’s Dogma II will feature a map four times the size of the original game, promising a more expansive and immersive experience. This aligns with the game’s design philosophy, which places a strong emphasis on player choice and a rich gameplay experience.
IGN‘s preview of Dragon’s Dogma II suggests that the sequel will build upon the elements that fans loved in the first game, with several improvements. However, there is a desire for more groundbreaking features to be introduced in the sequel.