Players flock to Dragon’s Dogma after announcing the game’s sequel

Capcom confirmed last week that a sequel is finally on its way to the role-playing game Dragon’s Dogma. In the wake of the announcement, players have thrown themselves over the now ten-year-old original, with the highest PC player numbers in six years.

Dragon’s Dogma: Dark Arisen.


According to the website SteamCharts reached Dragon’s Dogma: Dark Arisen – the PC port from 2016 – a peak of 6582 simultaneous players on Monday. This is the highest number since February 2016.

The increase in the number of players is without a doubt helped by the fact that Dragon’s Dogma: Dark Arisen is on offer, in connection with the announcement of Dragon’s Dogma 2. Until Friday, you can secure the game on Steam for only NOK 47.84.

The action role-playing game Dragon’s Dogma was originally launched in 2012, to very good reviews. Our own Øystein Furevik praised the game in the clouds, and rolled a nine on the dice in our review.

– Dragon’s Dogma grabs you and drags you into its world in a way that makes you forget everything else. […] The game has a mesmerizing rhythm that forces you back even if the strains should be great, was the verdict from Furevik.

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