Dragon’s Dogma Quest Will Feature An Open World Map With Plenty To Explore

By Sato . August 22, 2013 . 4:20pm

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Dragon’s Dogma Quest was initially announced as a 2D, free-to-play PlayStation Vita spinoff of Dragon’s Dogma, featuring over 150 job classes for allied your allied pawns. In a more recent report, it was reported that the game is already out on iOS with the Vita release scheduled for release this fall. Capcom gives us a closer look at the game in their latest trailer.

 

 

Unlike Capcom’s original game, Dragon’s Dogma Quest will have you take control of Pawns who will be doing the fighting for you. The pawns will have over 150 jobs to choose from, that includes some of the original game’s Vocations such as the dual dagger-wielding Strider.

 

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Working your way around dungeons will require strategic movement to find the best paths. The action will be based on phases, and there will also be various traps and other gimmicks to look out for.

 

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You can have up to eight pawns in your party for fights, who will cooperate together to take out tough foes.

 

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Dragon’s Dogma Quest features an open-world map that allows you to explore and search for new areas. By walking into the shaded areas, you can uncover new dungeons.

 

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You can also cooperate with friends and their pawns, which can come in handy against tough boss fights.

 

Dragon’s Dogma Quest is currently available for iOS and is slated for release on PlayStation Vita this fall.

 


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  • ShadowDivz

    These classes better be in the next dragons dogma.
    still pisses me off some random bandit can be a mystick archer but my pawn can’t.

  • TheExile285

    Looks better than I was expecting. Hopefully the Vita version comes to NA so I can give it a try.

  • leingod

    So it’s a card / RPG / board hybrid? Could be interesting.

  • FitzpatrickPhillips

    Looks like FFT

  • Tristan Diaz

    This is very cool and all, but I hope this is the last of it’s kind for the series. I’d like to see a proper DD soon.

    • PedroHeB

      Sure, a second one would be great

  • PedroHeB

    Capcom should really consider making a new dragon’s dogma. I loved the first one, and I want more… Much more

    • Ryujin

      Hell yes. The combat in DD is probably the best I’ve seen in an RPG to date, made fighting the fantasy monsters that much more intense.

      Oh, and, the character creation was awesome. Unlike a lot of games where I hope I find a helmet to cover up my face ASAP, I was actually really happy with the way my avatar turned out in Dragon’s Dogma.

    • BenderIsGreat

      I think their idea of creating expansions as new regions was a good one; I wish they’d hammered out more than just the one. When BBI was announced I was expecting an island landmass with ruins on it, and all we got was a dungeon of reused maps. It was still pretty good, but could’ve been more and better.

  • Barrylocke89

    150 classes seems really tough to balance. I can imagine a bunch of classes being redundant or even inferior to others.

  • LunarKnite

    Skimming through, saw the words Dragon and Quest and got all excited for a moment.

  • AndyLC

    Hope it comes out in english for Android.

  • Guest

    I believe they will release a DD2, since both versions had good sales.
    I just hope they start from scratch, and make it next-gen.
    Also increase the difficulty, customization and the beauty of the equipments, cause seriously, those equipments were ugly, really ugly.
    And add a lot of new bosses, after the 50 Troll, Chimera and Griffin killed, things get a little boring.

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