Dragon’s Dogma II gets lengthy overview trailer narrated by Ian McShane

Dragon's Dogma II

Capcom has shared a beefy eight-minute long trailer for Dragon’s Dogma II, giving a thorough look at the hotly-anticipated sequel.

The new trailer is narrated by none other than acclaimed British actor Ian McShane for its English version and fellow longtime actor Takayuki Sugou in Japanese.

Ian McShane is known for his long career in both television and Hollywood productions with his most notable roles from The Pillars of the Earth, Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides, and the John Wick film series. I can only hope Capcom actually has him voice a character in-game.

Fans have been waiting a long time for Dragon’s Dogma II, over a decade in fact since the original’s debut way back in 2012 for previous generation consoles and PC.

Built in Capcom’s excellent in-house RE ENGINE, the new sequel to the cult classic brings with it a deeply explorable world filled with rich details, characters, immersive physics, and even improved character AI.

Players will step into the boots of the Arisen once again, the chosen savior of the world destined to chase down the calamity known as the Dragon. The game’s world has been terrorized by said Dragon and the Arisen must use all their wits and companions to triumph.

The multi-faceted gameplay and open-world design in Dragon’s Dogma II lets players progress and challenge various foes in a number of ways and choices. The aforementioned companions, Pawns, return as well and let you build a team of various combat styles.

Both the Pawns and your enemies will react dynamically to the actions you make on the various locales and battlefields. Players will be able to use a multitude of weapons and tactics ranging from swords, bows, and magick – leading them to melee or climb on monsters or fight them from afar.

English Trailer

Japanese Trailer

Dragon’s Dogma 2 is set to launch on March 22nd, 2024 across Windows PC (via Steam), Xbox Series X|S, and PlayStation 5.



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