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Dragon’s Dogma 2 updates will make getting your own house easier and more

Dragon's Dogma 2 review
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Released last Friday, it’s safe to say that Dragon’s Dogma 2 has proved to be a hit with both players and critics. It’s not without its issues, though, and Capcom has been quick to acknowledge them. In fact, the company has now even put out a graphic highlighting some of the fixes and changes that updates will soon bring to the game.

On console, for example, you’ll soon be able to toggle on and off both motion blur and ray-tracing. It’s noted that turning these off won’t boost the framerate significantly, however; that’s something that’s being worked on for further down the line. You will be able to cap the framerate at 30fps for now though, which will at least make the game more palatable for some.

Other changes being introduced by post-launch updates include 99 Art of Metamorphosis consumables, which allows you to change your character’s appearance, being available at the Pawn Guild store rather than just two. The quest that enables you to get your very own house will be adjusted so that it can be picked up earlier too – much to the dismay of innkeepers.

You can see a full list of planned updates for Dragon’s Dogma 2 via the graphic courtesy of Capcom below:

Dragon's Dogma 2 updates
Image: Capcom

If you’ve not yet picked up Dragon’s Dogma 2 and are on the fence, give our review a read. We’re mightily impressed with the game, with it offering one of the most dynamic worlds we’ve yet seen. It looks absolutely phenomenal too, though it comes at a cost – performance can be a bit choppy at times. Still, when a game is this immersive, this engaging and this enjoyable to play, it’s a small price to pay.

Editor in Chief // An avid gamer since discovering the wonders of the Acorn Electron in the '80s, Rich has nearly played more games than he's had hot dinners. Not one to put all his eggs in one basket, Rich is happy to play games of all genres, but he particularly enjoys racing games and anything that's full of non-stop action, especially if it includes a good dose of humour, horror or crudeness!