Dragon's Dogma Player Count Surges After Sequel Announcement
Dragon's Dogma celebrates its tenth anniversary this year with the announcement of the eagerly awaited action RPG sequel, Dragon's Dogma 2. Following the announcement, many are anxious to revisit Dragon's Dogma or play it interestingly.
During the Dragon's Dogma tenth anniversary occasion, Capcom director Hideaki Itsuno at last revealed Dragon's Dogma 2. The tenth anniversary website launched a couple of weeks earlier, leading to speculation and rumors about a likely sequel. The occasion allowed Itsuno to report Dragon's Dogma 2 to viewers around the world and thank fans for their continued support of the series. Directly following the announcement, interest in Dragon's Dogma is seemingly at an unequaled high.
Dragon's Dogma: Dark Arisen reached its highest concurrent top on Steam about 6 years after the first release. The unequaled pinnacle was 27,368 players around the hour of release and the ongoing 24-hour top is a sum of 6,582 players. According to analyst Benji-Sales, the ongoing 24-hour top is the highest since February 2016. June 2022 proved to be one of the most successful months for Dragon's Dogma: Dark Arisen on the Steam stage.
The announcement of a sequel contributed incredibly to Dragon's Dogma's newfound success and surging player count. Additionally, the Steam version of Dragon's Dogma is on sale for just $4.79 until June 23, which is a tremendous - 84% discount. A surge in customer reviews on Steam is attributed to the increased player count this month with many recommending Dragon's Dogma. In spite of the fact that Dragon's Dogma 2 could be years from releasing, it's unmistakable numerous newcomers and old players the same are excited.
Capcom did not share further details about Dragon's Dogma 2, however June presents an extraordinary chance to dive into Dragon's Dogma: Dark Arisen. A decade after the first release of Dragon's Dogma, Capcom reinvigorated the local area with energy after years of tolerance. A great deal of confidence and reassurance is placed in Capcom for future titles such as Resident Evil 4 Remake and Street Fighter 6. In the mean time, Capcom continues to support successful titles like Monster Hunter Rise and Resident Evil Village.