Dragon’s Dogma is one of the best fantasy games ever made, but so far Capcom hasn’t revealed any sequels. Ten years after the release of the original, the Japanese company has finally announced that Dragon’s Dogma 2 will be a reality. So it’s a good time to revisit (or try for the first time) the original title. However, it does not appear that the FPS Boost option is available on backward compatible versions on Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S.
Xbox’s Jason Ronald replied to a Twitter follower that the studio had had some issues getting it to work with performance improvements: “The team researched Dragon’s Dogma while we were working on FPS Boost. There were a few side issues,” meaning they couldn’t greenlight this release.
The team investigated Dragon’s Dogma when we were working on FPS Boost. There were unfortunate side effects that meant he couldn’t qualify for the program.
— Jason Ronald (@jronald) June 17, 2022
What games is Capcom preparing?
In addition to Dragon’s Dogma 2, Capcom has several projects in development: the Japanese are working on Street Fighter 6, the next installment in the hit fighting saga. Another of the most anticipated releases is undoubtedly Shadows of Rose, Resident Evil Village’s first paid expansion. It will be accompanied by the Mercenaries mode (we will be able to control Lady Dimitrescu) and a way that will allow us to relive the main game in first person. Does anyone remember Resident Evil Re:Verse? The multiplayer title finally has a release date: October 28.
One of the open secrets is that Resident Evil 4 was going to get a remake. It was officially announced in State of Play, due March 24 on PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S, and PC.
Read here the first details of Dragon’s Dogma 2, in development for PC and for the 9th generation of consoles.
Source | Xbox