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Dragon's Dogma 2 Players Create Incredible And Nightmarish Characters

Fans have created characters from God of War, Lord of the Rings, Pokemon, Breaking Bad, and more.


Ahead of the game's release later this month, Capcom has launched the character-creator tool for Dragon's Dogma 2, and fans are putting it to very good use.

Dedicated and creative people are using the editor to create all manner of well-known characters with stunning detail, including Kratos from God of War, Gandalf from The Lord of the Rings, a nightmare version of Pikachu, Walter White from Breaking Bad, and plenty more.

Many of the images are pure nightmare fuel, so be warned about that. And many are wildly impressive in terms of the attention to detail. Scroll down below to see some of the best ones we've come across so far.

Dragon's Dogma 2 launches on March 22 for PS5, Xbox Series X|S, and PC. If you haven't already downloaded the character-creator, here's how to get it.

If you're planning to play Dragon's Dogma 2 on PC, you can save big on your copy of the standard or deluxe edition from GameSpot sister site Fanatical. Capcom's first game priced at $70, Fanatical is offering the standard edition for $57.40 and the deluxe version for $65.90 (normally $80).

"Based on the three hours I played at a preview event, Dragon's Dogma 2 is very much an extension of everything the first game accomplished 12 years ago," Kurt Indovina wrote in GameSpot's Dragon's Dogma 2 preview. "It's an open-world fantasy RPG, mixed with cool-as-hell action combat, and giant mythical monsters to cling onto, with its unique player-created pawn companion system as a centerpiece. It's all still there from a gameplay perspective, so the most standout change is the RE Engine-powered makeover that aims to place the series' core values in the best possible light."

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