Dragon’s Dogma: Dark Arisen for PS4 and Xbox One Gets First Trailer; Shows Open World and Gameplay

Dragon's Dogma: Dark Arisen for PS4 and Xbox One shows its open world and monsters in its first trailer.

on July 19, 2017 9:27 PM

Today, Capcom released the first trailer of the upcoming PS4 and Xbox One port of Dragon’s Dogma: Dark Arisen.

The game will be released in Japan on October 5th, alongside the PC version that was previously released in the west on Steam, while there still isn’t a firm release date for the North America and Europe, that for now only have a “fall” window.

Dragon’s Dogma originally released back in 2012 for PS3 and Xbox 360, followed by the Dark Arisen expansion one year after. The game went on to sell 3.2 million units including the Steam version launched at the beginning of 2016.

This new port will come with 1080p visuals, even if there is no information about frame rate for now.

We also don’t have precise information about pricing for the west, but in Japan the game will cost 3,990 yen plus taxes (approximately $35) for PS4 at retail, and 3,694 yen plus taxes in digital download. The Xbox One version will be only digital, costing 3,700 yen plus taxes. It’s likely that a similar price range will be applied in North America and Europe.

You can check it out below, and if you want to see more, you can also enjoy a couple of full resolution screenshots.

In the gallery you can also see a comparison between the original game (first screenshot) and the remaster (second screenshot), bonus costumes from Dragon’s Dogma Online exclusive to the PS4 version, and a bonus theme provided by Amazon Japan.

 /  Executive News Editor
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