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News video games 15 February 2024, 03:41

author: Marcin Przala

Fans of Dragon's Dogma 2 Can Be Relieved. Action RPG Director Has Some Good News

The director of Dragon's Dogma II has dispelled rumors that Capcom's title would run at a maximum of 30 fps - which probably also applies to current-generation consoles, thanks to the presence of VRR technology in the game.

Source: Capcom.

I hasten to share the good news about the imminent release of the action RPG Dragon's Dogma II. The game's director Hideaki Itsuno announced through the X platform that Capcom's fantasy production will offer players the choice to display an unlimited number of frames per second (at least on PC).

Thus, Itsuno denied the numerous rumors circulating on the internet, suggesting that the upcoming Capcom game could only run at a maximum of 30 frames per second - both on consoles and PCs.

However, there's more to it, as Dragon's Dogma II is also set to support VRR technology (via PCGamesN), which means that the title from the Japanese studio should operate on current generation consoles at over 30 fps.

The most recent materials from Dragon's Dogma II, showcasing gameplay on PlayStation 5, clearly suggest that the game runs at a higher frame rate than indicated by the rumors, which likely originated from deleted posts on the 4chan forum. However, the director's expressive tweet about this title should reassure even the biggest sceptics on this matter.

Dragon's Dogma II is shaping up to be a sequel of "more, better, and prettier." The game will be released on March 22 on PC, PlayStation 5, and Xbox Series X/S.

  1. Dragon's Dogma - official website

Marcin Przała

Marcin Przała

Graduate of Journalism and Social Communication at the Pontifical University of John Paul II in Krakow. He has been interested in games from an early age, and Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare and Dragon Age: Origins hold a special place in his heart. His passion for electronic entertainment led to the phenomenon of immersion becoming the subject of his bachelor's thesis. Today, above all, a fan of soulslike and classic RPGs. Besides games, he likes dark fantasy literature, and for many years he has been eagerly following the English Premier League, where his beloved club - Chelsea - plays.