dogma 2

It Looks Like A Dragon’s Dogma 2 Demo Could Be On The Way


Dragon’s Dogma 2, the sequel to one of Capcom’s most brilliant and underappreciated seventh-generation titles, is getting closer and closer to its March 22nd release date, and internet sleuths think eager fans and onlookers might be getting a playable demo between now and then.

As shared in the Dragon’s Dogma subreddit, an update to the game’s directory on the Steam backend shows a new Unknown App having been uploaded, and one that’s flagged as “Free on Demand,” no less.

Potential Demo from Steamdb
byu/CannedBeanofDeath inDragonsDogma

While Capcom has yet to announce any kind of demo for the game as of yet, the above certainly seems to imply it could happen. It wouldn’t be unheard of either, with the original Dragon’s Dogma getting a demo on PS3 and Xbox 360 back in 2012 which let players check out two distinct classes with their own quests and boss fights to try out.

A demo would also allow punters to see how the game performs on each platform, especially after Capcom has confirmed that the the game will feature an “uncapped framerate” without going into specifics about what that means for console players.

RELATED:  A New Rugrats: Adventures In Gameland Demo Is Out Now On Steam

Dragon’s Dogma 2 is coming to coming to PS5, Xbox Series X|S and Steam, and like its predecessor will be a single player, narrative driven action-RPG that challenges the players to choose their own experience – from the appearance of their Arisen, their vocation, their party, how to approach different situations and more.

On their journey, players will be joined by “pawns” that are designed to feel unique and responsive in a way that attempts to mimic the camaraderie of having real players along for the adventure.

A Deluxe Edition of the game was also revealed which includes a bunch of extra digital goodies, as well as pre-order bonuses for both the Standard and Deluxe editions. You can find out more and get a digital pre-order in via the official website here.