Dragon’s Dogma is one of those games that despite not enjoying the mainstream popularity of titles such as Skyrim or Dark Souls, still managed to earn itself It’s own dedicated playerbase. A year after It’s release, Capcom launched the Dark Arisen edition, which aside of fixing some problems with the game, also added new post-game content for the players to enjoy. And on January 15 of 2016, Dragon’s Dogma Dark Arisen will get a PC release. In celebration, Capcom just released a new trailer for this port, showcasing new features such as 60fps and 4K support, you can watch it after the break.
According to the traier, all previous DLC will also be included. However, according to the Steam forums, the Guts and Griffith armor based on the Berserk manga will not be included due to licensing issues. Japanese voices are also not included, again, for licensing issues. The game will also no longer feature the letter boxed presentation the PS3 and Xbox 360 versions had.
The PC version will be sold through Steam, and will support Achievemets, Trading Cards, Cloud Save, Steam Controller and Big Picture Mode.
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