PS5 May Revive Popular PS3 Game

A preferred PS3 game could also be revived on PS5 with a sequel. The similar game, which additionally launched on Xbox 360, may additionally be coming to Xbox Series X, however you by no means know with Capcom, who is understood to strike offers with PlayStation for console unique games. A outstanding and up to date instance of that is Street Fighter 5, which nonetheless hasn’t come to any console not named the PS4. That mentioned, what is the thriller game? Dragon’s Dogma, which can be revived by way of Dragon’s Dogma 2, or at the least that is what a brand new report hints at.

Over on Twitter, outstanding leaker, and purveyor of rumors Dusk Golem seemingly and slyly recommended that Capcom might quickly convey again Dragon’s Dogma with a sequel. The leaker would not outright say this, nevertheless it’s closely recommended in a latest tweet that presents all the “proof” that Capcom is returning to the collection.

“I do not wish to be the particular person to come back proper out and say it,” mentioned Dusk Golem, “however I imply, Itsuno himself has mentioned he wished to do Dragon’s Dogma 2 and if Devil May Cry 5 did properly he’d have an opportunity, DMC5 did properly, Itsuno says he is engaged on a non-DMC game proper now, a Dragon’s Dogma anime randomly was simply made, I imply…”

Of course, take all the pieces right here with a grain of salt. Not solely is nothing right here official. That mentioned, it does make sense. If you are going to re-release the unique after which launch an anime for the collection, you’d assume this is able to all be to pave the trail for a sequel.

At the second of publishing, Capcom has not commented on this rumor, and it is extremely unlikely it would as the corporate has a reasonably strict coverage of not commenting on rumors or something of the speculative selection.


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