By Bryan Smith on January 27, 2015 at 10:04am
"Dragon's Dogma Online" has been officially revealed. It was first shown from Famitsu through Gematsu. The game will be coming to PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, and PC sometime in 2015.
According to EuroGamer, there are currently no plans to bring the release to North America or Europe.
Additionally, "Dragon's Dogma Online" will be free-to-play, will have four-player co-op (or three AI pawns should you play solo), and will have microtransactions.
"Dragon's Dogma Online" is the followup to Capcom's "Dragon's Dogma," an ARPG from 2012. The title saw an expansion with "Dragon's Dogma: Dark Arisen," clearing up a lot of issues the original game suffered from. The expansion earned the title a cult following among action-RPG fans.
Famitsu via Gematsu