According to what emerged in the last few hours, it would seem that a famous Capcom IP could soon receive the long-awaited sequel. According to the words of the well-known insider Dusk Golem, the Japanese giant is not only working on Dragon’s Dogma 2, but that the new action RPG can count on the same game engine of Resident Evil Village.
After the recent ransomware attack suffered by Capcom, which has made public a significant amount of information on upcoming games in development, including Dragon’s Dogma 2 itself, the well-known insider (also known on the web as AestheticGamer) has confirmed that most of the Japanese giant’s titles will use the RE Engine as their game engine.
So, it would seem that in addition to the much-talked-about Resident Evil 4 remake, Capcom intends to revive another of its famous franchises. We report below the words of Dusk Golem:
“It is It’s pretty safe to assume that most Capcom games that aren’t ports, remasters, or engine-specific for some reason use the RE Engine. Dragon’s Dogma 2 uses 100% RE Engine, but I would say that’s not surprising.”
It's pretty safe to assume most Capcom games that aren't ports, remasters, or very specifically using an engine for one reason or another will be using RE Engine. Dragon's Dogma 2 100% is using the RE Engine, but that's not a surprising thing I'd say. https://t.co/jDE0qlCue9
— AestheticGamer aka Dusk Golem (@AestheticGamer1) May 22, 2021
Although the insider has proved to be a reliable source in the past, we advise you to take the following information with due precautions, since at the moment it is simple rumors and Capcom has not expressed itself officially on the subject. According to the leak of recent months, Dragon’s Dogma 2 should release (hypothetically on consoles and PC) in 2022.
While waiting to learn more about Capcom’s new action RPG, we remind you that Resident Evil Village is already available for purchase on PlayStation 4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, PC and Google Stadia.