Capcom announces Dragon's Dogma 10th anniversary celebration

Today Capcom unveiled their plans for a Dragon's Dogma 10th-anniversary celebration; with a new logo, some new artwork, and some commentary from a new Capcom blog post. 

Ten years ago, the mighty Dragon Grigori sealed a fateful pact with Arisen around the world with the release of Dragon’s Dogma.

Today, we invite you to look back and reflect on your countless journeys as fearless Arisen in a perilous quest to break the eternal cycle that held the land of Gransys captive.

Whether you’re newly Arisen fresh off your first Wyrm Hunt or a seasoned hero that’s gone through several cycles of eternal return, this celebration is as much about you as it is about Dragon’s Dogma. After all, we wouldn’t be here, 10 years later, if you hadn’t taken your first courageous steps against Grigori on the beach of Cassardis!

So to that, we say… Thank you, brave Arisen.

Dragon's Dogma 10th anniversary artwork.
Dragon's Dogma 10th anniversary logo.

We’re starting our celebration of the Dragon’s Dogma 10th Anniversary today with a new artwork and logo (see above!), and a fancy new website prepared just for this occasion. Stay tuned to the official channels on social media, including our freshly Arisen Instagram channel, as we’ll continue to take strolls down memory lane as we continue to celebrate this milestone year:

To celebrate this momentous milestone, the foundation that it created, and the bonds that were forged between people and pawns alike, we hope you join us in this celebration of a decade of endless adventures with Dragon’s Dogma as we look to the future.

We’re very excited for this 10-year celebration, and can’t wait to get you all involved as well!

“They’re masterworks, all. You can’t go wrong.”

Rumors about a potential Dragon's Dogma 2 have abounded for years, and today's announcement only adds more fuel to the fire, with the official account even introducing the celebrations with "As we look to the future, we'll also reflect on 10 years of endless adventures". Back in 2019, Itsuno mentioned to VG247 that he was given the choice between developing Devil May Cry 5 or Dragon's Dogma 2 - it would make sense if, following the development of DMC5, Capcom has been quietly at work developing a sequel to their cult classic RPG.

Additionally, on the newly uploaded anniversary website, series director Hideaki Itsuno had this to add for the celebrations:

Dragon's Dogma, first released in 2012, is celebrating its 10th anniversary!
Thank you, Arisen, for taking up arms and braving through the impossible challenges laid ahead of you. We are forever grateful for your support throughout the years and hope you will join us in this momentous celebration of Dragon's Dogma!