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Dragon’s Dogma, Devil May Cry Director Next Project Is An Open-World Game Running On RE Engine; RE3 Remake Feedback Will Be Taken Seriously For RE4 Remake – Rumor

Sep 18, 2020 06:38 EDT
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Hideaki Itsuno, Dragon's Dogma and Devil May Cry director, is currently working on a new project powered by the RE Engine.

Dusk Golem, a well-known Capcom insider who has been revealing information correctly regarding the Japanese publisher's projects, revealed today that Itsuno's new project is an open-world game powered by the RE Engine. We are not going to see this game anytime soon, but development is apparently proceeding well.

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Dusk Golem also commented on the lack of DLC for the Resident Evil 3 Remake. While Capcom is indeed listening to fan's feedback, Division 1 has its hands full right now with both announced and unannounced projects, so this feedback will be taken into consideration for the yet to be announced Resident Evil 4 remake and other future projects.

 

Hideaki Itsuno's next project has yet to be announced officially, but the fact that it is an open-world game could suggest that it could be a sequel to Dragon's Dogma, which was indeed an open-world game. The original is among the best role-playing games ever released by Capcom and a great game to play still today thanks to the great combat system and gameplay mechanics, so it would be really interesting to see how the power of the next-gen consoles could be used to improve these features.

Dragon's Dogma is a great action RPG, especially as a first entry in the franchise. CAPCOM successfully married the Western open-world RPG with an awesome combat system and a bit of Japanese flavor; if you haven't played it until now, the PC version offers enhanced graphics and frame rate. I, for one, hope to learn about a sequel very soon.

We will keep you updated on the Dragon Dogma's director's next project as soon as an announcement is made, so stay tuned for all the latest news.

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