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Dragon’s Dogma 2 already has a release date due to a Steam error

Capcom has chosen March 22, 2024, as the definitive release date. Now, all that's left is to learn the detailed specifics of the editions.

Dragon’s Dogma 2 already has a release date due to a Steam error
Nacho Requena Molina

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Errors happen from time to time, but there are lowercase faults… and uppercase ones. Surely, the one that has had Dragon’s Dogma 2 as the protagonist is the latter, the “big” and “chunky” one, since the popular Capcom video game had its release date announced… due to a blunder on Steam.

The key is as follows: Today at 22:00 Spain time, there’s an event dedicated to Dragon’s Dogma 2. In this event, we’ll be able to see a lot of material from the game as well as its main novelties. During this showcase, we were going to find out the release date, as confirmed by the studio on social media. However, the surprise has been uncovered earlier due to the Steam page, where March 22, 2024, has been set as the D-day.

At this time, the date is still available on Valve’s digital store, so it hasn’t been modified or, above all, removed. This makes it quite clear that the release date is indeed that one and it’s not a mistake. Additionally, last week, the European age rating system, known as PEGI, also leaked March 22, 2024, as the release date. Therefore, we just have to wait for the official confirmation from the Japanese company.

The presentation of Dragon’s Dogma 2 can be viewed in the video embedded in this same news article. The show will last approximately 15 minutes and will feature various members of the development team, including Hideaki Itsuno, the director of the game.

If there’s any additional information revealed during the event itself, here at Softonic, we’ll provide you with all the details about the game for PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S, and PC.

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