Dragon’s Dogma 2 Has Been Rated In Saudi Arabia
Capcom’s upcoming action role-playing game, Dragon’s Dogma 2, has been rated in Saudi Arabia, suggesting that it may be close to release.
The official Twitter account of the General Authority of Media Regulation in Saudi Arabia revealed that it has rated Dragon’s Dogma 2 as suitable for ages 18 and above. This suggests that Capcom may be announcing a release date for the title in the weeks to come, possibly at 2023’s The Game Awards on December 7.
The story of Dragon’s Dogma 2 begins in an underground gaol where the Dragon’s voice echoes in the fog of lost memories. It is a tale of the one who shall slay the Dragon and claim the throne. The game’s vocations give you the ability to approach combat the way you want. Additionally, the terrain you traverse and the enemies you encounter are said to be varied and rich, whether they’re suspension bridges teeming with enemies or unstable footholds leading to massive monsters. The world of Dragon’s Dogma 2 is crafted to encourage players to try different approaches. The characters and monsters you encounter, and the environments you explore are said to take full advantage of immersive physics, character AI and modern graphics.
Dragon’s Dogma 2 is the sequel to Dragon’s Dogma, an action role-playing hack and slash game developed and published by Capcom for PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 back in 2012. Dragon’s Dogma: Dark Arisen, an upgraded version of the game, was published in 2013 for the game’s original platforms, and was later ported to Microsoft Windows in 2016, and PlayStation 4 and Xbox One in 2017. Meanwhile, a Nintendo Switch version was released in 2019. Set in the high fantasy realm of Gransys, the player assumes the role of the Arisen, a human protagonist on a mission to destroy the dragon Grigori, a being said to herald the world’s end, while unraveling other deep mysteries along the way.