Dragon's Dogma Online Reaches 1 Million Downloads in 10 Days

But will it come to the west?


Capcom's Dragon's Dogma Online, a free-to-play role-playing game for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, and PC, has reached 1 million downloads in the 10 days following its launch in Japan at the end of August. Capcom announced the milestone today, also noting that players have created 370,000 characters as of Sept. 9.

Dualshockers also reports that Capcom has launched a new "three days adventure pass" initiative for Dragon's Dogma Online. This lets players try out the adventure pass subscription option free for 72 hours. More information is available on the Dragon's Dogma Online Japanese website.

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Announced in January 2015, Dragon's Dogma Online is an open-world game that plays similarly to Dragon's Dogma (2012) and its Dark Arisen (2013) expansion. Capcom has not yet announced if Dragon's Dogma Online will be released in the West, but the 1 million download number probably doesn't hurt.

In other news about the Dragon's Dogma series, Capcom this week confirmed that a PC edition of Dark Arisen is in development.

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