Dragon’s Dogma Dark Arisen Launching On PlayStation 4, Xbox One This Fall

Francesco De Meo
Dragon's Dogma

While Capcom hasn't released many new titles in recent times, the Japanese publisher has been working hard on making games from the previous generation available on modern hardware. Following the PC release of Dragon's Dogma Dark Arisen last year, Capcom confirmed that their popular role-playing game will also be released on current generation consoles soon.

Dragon's Dogma Dark Arisen will launch on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One in North America and Europe sometime this Fall, according to a post on the series' official Facebook page. No additional detail has been revealed so far, but we will update the post once more is said about the upcoming port.

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The PC release of Dragon's Dogma Dark Arisen is currently the best way to enjoy the role-playing game developed by Capcom, thanks to the unlocked framerate and graphics enhancements.

The main draw of this PC release for all those who played on consoles clearly is the improved graphics. Actually, I should be more specific: the real game changer is the increased smoothness due to the unlocked frame rate, which now can go as high as 144Hz with the appropriate display.

This is a very important factor for an action RPG that relies so heavily on combat. PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 were limited to 30FPS, but now that’s all in the past and the great action in Dragon’s Dogma can really shine.

There are several improvements to the graphics itself, of course, starting with the uncompressed assets and support for up to 4K resolution.

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