Dragon’s Dogma: Dark Arisen is now available in desserts and here’s your launch trailer
We may be late for news of the more than promising ‘Deep Down’ that Capcom showed in early 2013, but the Blue Bomber company has not forgotten those looking for epic fantasy fights in desserts: of last year’s ‘Dragon’s Dogma: Dark Arisen’, the complete and updated edition of ‘Dragon’s Dogma’, lands on Xbox One and PS4.
A version that not only includes all the downloadable contents of the RPG that this year celebrated its fifth anniversary in the systems of the last generation, but offers a technical set-up. Something that Capcom has been showing through numerous comparatives and that is especially evident in its launch trailer.
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On the role, Dragon’s Dogma: Dark Arisen brings together very specific elements of RPGs as consolidated as ‘Dark Souls’ or ‘Monster Hunter’, although its proposal of game is much less strict and its gameplay much more grateful. Ahead we will have the vast world of Gransys, nine classes to choose from and three companions of adventures that, for better or for worse, will continue to be controlled by AI.
Of course, beyond being a great opportunity to meet (or rediscover) with this jewel of Last Gen, we hope that ‘Dark Arisen’ helps to give the definitive push to ‘Deep Down’ or that ‘Dragon’s Dogma Online’ that already takes a couple of years in the Japanese country.
Moment, ‘Dragon’s Dogma: Dark Arisen’ is now available on the Xbox One and PS4 in the West and on October 5 will do the same in Japan, although desktop users could already enjoy this set-up last year.