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You can name your price for Dragon’s Dogma 2 DLC right now

Capcom wants your thoughts on Dragon's Dogma 2 in a new survey for PS5 and Xbox players, while hinting at future Dragon's Dogma 2 DLC.

Dragon's Dogma 2 DLC: An image of a Pawn in Dragon's Dogma 2.

Dragon’s Dogma 2 is barely a week old, but developer Capcom is already putting the feelers out for the future of the PS5 and Xbox RPG. Although there is a vast bank of quests and secret to find Capcom’s fantasy epic, the studio is eager to know whether Dragon’s Dogma 2 DLC is of interest going forward. And you can have your say on what it could look like.

The ‘Dragon’s Dogma 2 User Survey’ is live now from Friday, March 22, 2024, until Sunday, April 21, 2024. Aside from answering questions about your gaming preferences, like playing the best multiplayer games around or scoping out everything on the PS Plus games list, the survey asks the following question: “Would you be interested in purchasing DLC for Dragon’s Dogma 2 if additional contents were to be released?”

While this is geared toward players yet to buy the new PS5 game and new Xbox game, A follow-up question from Capcom also encourages you to detail “what contents you would like to see in additional DLC for Dragon’s Dogma 2.” There are no options to click here, as you’re a given big old box to go wild within. You can also answer “depending on the price”, which provides options from $10/£10 up to $50/£50. Dragons Dogma 2 DLC: An image of the Capcom Dragon's Dogma 2 survey.

We’re surprised to see Capcom considering post-launch content, considering that the game can take you well over 60 hours to finish absolutely everythingYou’ve probably not even discovered this easily missed vocation during your own playthrough, and we nearly missed it too. There’s even amazing armor sets you can overlook in your first hour with the fascinating RPG game if you’re not careful. So what could DLC look like in Dragon’s Dogma 2?

An obvious addition would be to implement proper co-op game aspects, as the game is ripe for squadding up with real-life friends. However, we’re also enjoying just how brilliant the Dragon’s Dogma 2 Pawn system is. On the other hand, adding more vocations and quests to accompany them is another avenue that seems more likely for Capcom to pursue.

Capcom will definitely be hearing about the game’s microtransactions, we wager, as it was a sticking point upon launch. You can certainly avoid them during your time with Dragon’s Dogma 2, as pretty much each of the items Capcom is selling can be found extraordinary easily from merchants and just pure exploration. At least Capcom isn’t aggressively showing them in-game, at least for now.

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