Following the announcement of Dragons Dogma 2, a concurrent player reaches back on the launch month numbers

Following the announcement of Dragons Dogma 2, a concurrent player reaches back on the launch month

Following the launch of its sequel, Dragons Dogma has reached its highest player ranking in over six years.

According to SteamDB data, the highest Concurrent Players count for Dragons Dogma: Dark Arisen is back at launch rates, which we haven''t seen since the games first launched month back in January 2016; the current sales promotion for Dragons Dogma 2 has likely boosted player interest in the 6-year-old title.

Today, Dragon''s Dogma touched the highest level Concurrent Players count on Steam in 6+ Years, according to an analyst who reported the product on Twitter. It reached 6,500+ players, which hasn''t occurred since February 2016.

On a daily basis, the peak Concurrent Players count for Dragons Dogma fell to an average of 1000-2000 players after an initial player peak of more than 27.000 on launch day.

It''s wonderful to see this gem return on the radar, and we cant wait for more information about the sequel.

During a special celebration stream for Dragons Dogma 2, it was finally officially announced last week. Other details include that the sequel is currently in development and that it will run in Capcom''s own RE ENGINE, however none has been disclosed.

Dragon''''s Dogma Celebration Stream

With the surprise announcement of Itsuno, he continued to build the games'' passion program, which included the ability to grapple with enemy monsters. However, it was the games'' distinctive Pawn System, which helped build its reputation as a fan favorite. As development progressed, it was the production teams visits to the United Kingdom that inspired the rolling hills and architecture of the world players.

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