Dark Arisen Expansion for Dragon’s Dogma Brings New Dungeon

There are also more enemies and new Japanese voice-overs

By on December 10th, 2012 20:54 GMT

The development team at Capcom confirms that it will introduce support for the original Japanese voice work for Dragon’s Dogma in the coming Dark Arisen expansion.

The action role-playing game will be launched via a new game disk in Japan, complete with a new dungeon on Bitterblack Isle, the largest the team has created so far, new armor and weapons and an array of customization options for all characters.

The new enemies players will face include Greater Goblin, Goblin Shaman, the Prisoner Cyclops and Death.

Gamers will also be able to opt to use the Japanese voice-overs.

There’s also support for save game transfer, which allows players to use their already created characters, along with all the new skills and weapons that they have obtained so far.

Dragon’s Dogma: Dark Arisen is set to launch next year on the PlayStation 3 and the Xbox 360.

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