Dragon’s Dogma Quest Brings Back Several Allies From Dragon’s Dogma

By Sato . June 6, 2013 . 12:06am

Dragon’s Dogma will be headed to the PlayStation Vita as a spin-off titled Dragon’s Dogma Quest. The game will be a free-to-play, online-only 2D RPG with micro-transaction options, boasting over 150 job classes for your allied pawns.


The official page gives us a look at some familiar faces who’ll be returning in the game.


After getting his heart stolen by a dragon, the main character had become an “Enlightened One”. Shortly afterwards, he was led by another Enlightened One, by the name Lota, who was coincidentally present during the event, and they journey back to their hometown in order to retrieve their hearts. A certain fate awaits the main character on their new adventure set in the Latania Kingdom.


Lota (left) and Olivia (right)

Several characters from the Dragon’s Dogma series will be making a return in the free-to-play online 2D RPG, such as the Night’s Champion Julien, the Enlistment Corps Captain Mercedes Marten and the shady shop owner Mountebank (all pictured above). These three, along with several other recurring characters will have their roles in part of the story.


Dragons won’t be the only beasts you’ll be facing, as there will be other creatures that’ll get in the way such as goblins and griffins. Dragon’s Dogma Quest will bring back familiar monsters and will also be including numerous new enemies.


As previously reported, pawns will accompany the Enlightened One on the journey. They’ll help in the battle against monsters and will feature over 150 job classes for the pawns. With so many job classes to choose from, knowing which combination of characters works better will be part of the strategy before going into battle. You’ll get to team up with for our friends’ pawns along with four of your own for a maximum of eight characters.


Dragon’s Dogma Quest will be a free-to-play downloadable PlayStation Vita game, and is slated for release in Fall 2013.

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  • fyi1191

    “…with micro-transaction options…”

    Great. More milking.
    Soon, the VITA will totally become a micro-trans console in Japan.

    • TheExile285

      …..what? there’s like 5 or 6 big free(pay)to play games on Vita in Japan.

      I’m pretty sure PC or iOS/Android would have more in Japan.

    • Jah-keem York

      Cause god forbid any company releasing a game as free to play needs some sort of way to make money.

  • Go2hell66

    so is that official artwork

    got a feeling this game will looks nothing like i expected it to o_o

  • Testsubject909

    So that release window… Is that for Japan or Worldwide?

    I’m guessing Japan… But I’d really like to see it Worldwide.

  • Randgriz

    I would love to see this come to the west, i hope capcom take a chance on us and let us get to experience this as well.

  • WhyWai

    Meh… Free-To-Play means “include annoying mechanism to force you pay” in my dictionary…

    • bonafide

      That’s usually the case, unfortunately. One of the most annoying ones I’ve seen is that they shrink the inventory and banking spaces, leaving you little choice but to pay if you don’t want it to be a problem in the long run.

  • Erwin MadJelly

    Why 2D?! WHY?!

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