Dragon’s Dogma 2: Release date, trailers, more

James Busby
Dragon's Dogma 10th Anniversary pictureCapcom

Dragon’s Dogma 2 has finally been revealed and a massive Showcase from Capcom has given us heaps of new info. Here’s everything we know about the game’s release date, trailers, story, and more.

The hype surrounding Dragon’s Dogma 2 continues to build and with the first game having celebrated its 10 Anniversary, many fans have begun to speculate about what Capcom has in store for the title. 

More details have finally been revealed about the highly anticipated sequel, since the first trailer was shown at the PlayStation Showcase 2023.

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Capcom has revealed some gameplay, plot details, and a release date in a recent Gameplay Showcase and even more details at the January 2024 State of Play event. So, in order to get you up to speed, we’ve collected everything we currently know about the sequel.

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Dragon's Dogma 2 BeastrenCapcom
Dragon’s Dogma 2 trailers have shown off the Beastren, a race of catfolk you can include in your party.

Dragon’s Dogma 2 release date

Dragon’s Dogma 2 will be coming to PC, PlayStation 5, and Xbox Series S/X on March 22, 2024.

This confirms a previous leak on Steam that had the same date listed for Dragon’s Dogma 2’s release but it was confirmed by Capcom during the Gameplay Showcase that aired on November 29, 2023.

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The date is just before the end of Capcom’s financial year, and releasing a triple-A game definitely isn’t out of the ordinary for major publishers

Dragon’s Dogma 2 trailers

This is the first-ever trailer officially revealed at the PlayStation Showcase in 2023. It was one of the many exciting reveals, along with some anticipated titles like Marvel’s Spider-Man 2 and Assassin’s Creed Mirage.

This first Dragon’s Dogma 2 trailer gave players a glimpse of how the gameplay will look in the sequel, showcasing vastly improved graphics and flashy combat.

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The most recent trailer for the game revealed more of its story and continued to show off brief snippets of gameplay interspersed between cutscenes.

It was shown off at the November 29 Gameplay Showcase and featured the first reveal of the game’s 2024 release date.

The latest trailer to drop was at the January 31 Sony State of Play. The new footage can be viewed below and proves to be the best look yet when it comes to gameplay and story for the game.

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Dragon’s Dogma 2 gameplay

The gameplay shown so far is about what you’d expect for the franchise. In Capcom’s most recent Showcase, they highlighted co-op play and combat.

Players should expect to party up with friends and take on massive enemies through a combination of action-focused gameplay and scaling larger monsters.

Dragon’s Dogma 2 story

According to details from developers, the game’s story will focus on a conflict between the competing ideologies of the humans of Vermund and Beastren of Batthal.

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The game takes place in a “parallel world” of its predecessor and players will have to choose sides in the conflict to deal with the False Arisen, a challenger to the Dragon’s power.

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In the recent Showcase, Capcom showed off the Talos. This mechanical giant’s role in the story is unclear.

That’s everything we know about Dragon’s Dogma 2 so far. We’ll be sure to update this guide once we hear further details, so be sure to check back here often.

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James is Dexerto's Associate Games Editor who joined the website in 2020. He graduated from university with a degree in Journalism, before spending four years freelancing for GamesRadar+, PCGamesN, RPS, LoL Esports, Red Bull Gaming, and many more. You can find him covering everything from CoD, Apex Legends, Genshin Impact, and Monster Hunter. Need to get in touch? Email James at james.busby@dexerto.com.