Dragon’s Dogma 2 confirmed, needed improvements
No matter what game is released there are always mixed reviews on them, but Capcom seemed to be so impressed with one of their recent releases in terms of sales that they have confirmed Dragon’s Dogma 2. Now this might not be the name of the title as they have only confirmed that they will make a sequel, although there’s a possibility that this could turn into a series.
Eurogamer says that since its release the game has shifted 1 million copies, which isn’t bad for a new IP along with the fact that the game was only released on the PS3 and the Xbox 360. However, there are hopes that Capcom could release a PC version of Dragon’s Dogma, but this could also be wishful thinking.
There’s no timescale as to when the second version of the game will be released, but considering the current version is just a month old we’d bet that the sequel would not be released on this generation? So knowing that Dragon’s Dogma 2 is coming we now wonder what the fans will want from the game, and one way to understand this is by looking at the needed improvements for the current game?
We all have our personal views on what is good and bad about a game, but having listened to some fans some suggestions seem to come up more often. The first is to improve the travel system, as this can become tiresome and boring. Items need to have a far better interface because some of them look pretty similar.
Now that the game has proven popular we hope that Capcom get their money out and pay for much better voice actors, as this will help to captivate the audience. While the current game is exciting there is not much in the way of danger, so bringing in more dangerous elements will be key for the sequel.
These are just a handful of improvements that could be incorporated into Dragon’s Dogma 2, but what suggestions do you have?