Dragon’s Dogma: Dark Arisen Releases October 3rd on PS4 & Xbox One! Screenshots inside

Dragon’s Dogma: Dark Arisen Releases October 3rd on PS4 & Xbox One! Screenshots inside

Capcom today revealed the launch day for western release of Dragon’s Dogma: Dark Arisen on Xbox One and Playstation 4. Whilst Japan will be getting the game on October 5th, North America and Europe get to play the Arisen on October 3rd!

Dragon’s Dogma: Dark Arisen PS4 Xbox One Release Day Features

Dynamic Combat – Cut off the four heads of a Hydra, climb atop Griffins and fight airborne, or defeat dragons and other creatures by exploiting their weaknesses in exhilarating combat.
Epic Fantasy Setting – Travel to Gransys and beyond in a vast, richly detailed world, ripe for exploration.
Content Complete – Includes everything from the original game, along with all additional content from the Dark Arisen expansion.
Deep RPG Mechanics – Nine different vocations for players to choose from with a variety of skill options for each, armor that can be upgraded and enhanced, plus Pawn companions that can be trained to fit your desired combat style
Updated for Current Consoles – This new version features improved high resolution visuals.

Dragon’s Dogma Dark Arisen Gameplay

The end of days is near, and dragons have returned to Gransys. Become the chosen Arisen and decide the fate of the world in Dragon’s Dogma: Dark Arisen, the critically acclaimed Action-RPG now updated for current generation consoles.

Based in an epic fantasy setting, Dragon’s Dogma: Dark Arisen combines exhilarating and deep combat with the freedom to explore and interact in a rich, living and breathing world. Choose between nine different classes and embark on your own adventure along with three AI companions, known as Pawns. These allies fight independently, develop alongside your character, and can be shared or borrowed online in exchange for treasure, tips and more.

Dragon’s Dogma: Dark Arisen launches on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on 3rd October, 2017 with improved high resolution visuals for consoles. This version contains the original Dragon’s Dogma along with all additional content from the Dark Arisen expansion, including the Bitterblack Isle area, filled with challenging new enemies and quests, and additional high level weapons and armor sets.

  • Genre: Action RPG
  • Platform: PS4, Xbox One
  • Number of players: 1
  • Price: $29.99
  • Format: Physical/Digital
  • Release Date: October 3, 2017
  • Rating: M for Mature
  • Developer: Capcom
  • Publisher: Capcom

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7 comments on “Dragon’s Dogma: Dark Arisen Releases October 3rd on PS4 & Xbox One! Screenshots inside”

  1. ckmishn says:

    I never could bring myself to finish it on PC. Everything in the world is beautiful, the monsters are awesome and the mechanics are pretty solid, but the world feels empty. There’s only one real city in the game.

  2. Avatar Fexelea says:

    I liked that, it’s more representative of what such a medieval-like society would have been like. Small towns and villas, lost fortresses, and one walled city plus a seaside town.

    I’m actually really looking forward to becoming the Arisen again – particularly because I haven’t played Bitterblack Isle

  3. ckmishn says:

    Every time I see a fantasy RPG with a medieval culture I think of the fertility rate of medieval Europe, where over a period of hundreds of years the population grew only marginally, and think that if you threw a population of monsters in there society would die out in a few generations. If society compensated by, say, having far fewer wars (not something I’ve ever seen in fantasy RPGs), and used magic extensively to boost productivity (a feature in some fantasy versions of "steam punk", like the Eberron D&D setting, but uncommon in general and certainly not "medieval"), or made extensive use of magic healing (more common, but still a minority of games), then maybe society would survive.

    The world of "Dragon’s Dogma"? They’re doomed.

  4. Avatar Fexelea says:

    Mhm I think that a lot of these worlds present monsters and remove disease. Way more people died to diseases and child malnourishment than are represented in games in general, so one could argue the death to monster equals the death to disease ratio. So they cancel each other out.

  5. Avatar Fallenangel700 says:

    That, and it’s usually implied that monsters tend to stay away from the cities and villages. A tall wall and a hail of arrows is sure enough to drive away any animal-level-intelligence monster.

  6. Avatar qeter says:

    my birthday is on October the 3rd. I find this re-re-release depressing and annoying.

  7. Avatar ATLzac says:

    One of the most fun games ever made. About time


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