Capcom’s RPG Dragons Dogma (Not to be called a clone of Dragon Age) is bringing us some concrete information on its Dark Arisen expansion. Gamers will journey right off the Gransys Mainland where the cursed isle has all the best loot and treasure… but also the worst monsters and an underground realm of things ready to kill you, you didn’t think it was going to be that easy did you?
If you’ve played and own Dragons Dogma you can of course export and use your save data and characters from that play through for Dark Arisen with no problems at all. Guess what though? When you have the original Dragons Dogma game (not sure if a complete save file or just a save file is needed) you receive 10,000 Rift Crystals, unlimited Ferrystones, and the Gransys Armor Pack which has a whopping six brand new costumes for you at the amazing cost of nothing… as long as you buy the Dark Arisen disk.
Another great thing about Dragon’s Dogma: Dark Arisen is that it has the expansion plus the ORIGINAL FULL GAME! So it goes to show you whether you’re continuing your journey or starting off fresh Capcom has got your back and you can buy this game and be ready when you beat it.
Here’s a little further in-depth look at what Dark Arisen will offer:
All of the content from the original Dragon’s Dogma plus
- A massive new underground realm to explore featuring over 25 terrifying new enemies
- More skills/equipment/augments:
- Level 3 Skills
- DD: DA provides each character class with a new tier of skills, giving players new devastating abilities and skills to master
- Over 100 pieces of new equipment
- All new high level weapons and armor sets for players venturing into the underground caverns
- 14 new character/Pawn augments
- New tiers of equipment enhancement
- Level 3 Skills
- And there’s more:
- Increased character customization options
- Item appraisal
- Option to select Japanese voice over
Dragons Dogma: Dark Arisen available as a physical disk or a full game digital download arrives on Xbox360 and PS3 April 23rd 2013 in North America and April 26th in Europe