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Dragon’s Dogma 10th Anniversary Website and Art Revealed

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Dragon's Dogma anniversary

Capcom opened a new website celebrating the 10th anniversary of the release of Dragon’s Dogma. It also released a new illustration commemorating the occasion, along with a message to fans from director Hideaki Itsuno. The new website also includes a timeline of past releases, from remasters to the recent Netflix anime adaptation.

Dragon’s Dogma originally released for the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 in Japan on May 24, 2012. The game featured an open world, where players could control a customizable character and fight monsters in a quest to defeat the Dragon that stole their heart. The game was praised for its scale and variety of combat.

Capcom later ported the game to PC in 2016, as well as to the Xbox One and PS4 in 2017. The enhanced version of the game, Dragon’s Dogma: Dark Arisen, released for the Nintendo Switch in 2019. Most recently, the Dragon’s Dogma original Netflix animation aired in September 2020.

The website, available in multiple languages, is somewhat barebones. A message from the game’s director, Hideaki Itsuno, thanks fans for their continued support throughout the years, and says that they are “forever grateful.” Below the message is a timeline of game releases, including the most recent anime adaptation. Furthermore, the Japanese version of the timeline also lists other media, such as spin-off manga, novels, mobile games, and MMORPGs.

You can check out the Dragon’s Dogma 10th anniversary illustration below:

Dragon's Dogma anniversary

Dragon’s Dogma and the Dark Arisen edition are available to play on PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, Xbox One, PC, and Nintendo Switch. The Dragon’s Dogma anniversary website is available in English, French, Spanish, Japanese, and many other languages.

Andrew Kiya
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