Dragon’s Dogma, Capcom’s recent medieval fantasy role-playing game, deserves a sequel, at least according to the title’s Director, Hideaki Itsuno, who said that the current version of the game incorporated just two thirds of the ideas he had for the series.
Dragon’s Dogma delivered an intense experience earlier this year, when it was released by Capcom on the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 consoles.
Since then, the Japanese company has confirmed that it has shipped over 1 million units
and that it’s going to turn it into a franchise, practically guaranteeing that a sequel will be released.
Now, the game’s Director, Hideaki Itsuno, has confirmed that he’d also love to work on a new Dragon’s Dogma, largely because he has yet to incorporate all of his ideas in the current title.
According to Itsuno, via Andriasang
, he only managed to add about two thirds of his ideas in this first game, so a sequel would be great, as he’d get to introduce all sorts of new things.
As of yet, however, Capcom hasn’t officially confirmed a Dragon’s Dogma 2.