Dragon’s Dogma 2 will be a single player game, information about Paws & AI

Capcom has them official website to Dragon’s Dogma 2 online, where you can find out more details about the long-awaited sequel. It’s about experience, the use of AI and what actually are Paws?

First, it is confirmed that Dragon’s Dogma 2 becomes a pure single-player adventure with a strong focus on the story. At the same time, the RPG approach challenges players to choose their own experience – from their Arisen’s appearance, their vocation, their party, how they approach different situations, and more.

The story itself begins in an underground prison that, after a revelation about the dragon, spurs you on to focus on the race to slay the dragon and claim the throne. Dragon’s Dogma 2 also introduces beasts, a new animal-like race that will appear alongside familiar monsters, dragons, and enemies.

What are paws in Dragon’s Dogma 2?

One term that comes to mind is paws. But what is that? Capcom writes here that your journey will be accompanied by these Pawns, mysterious otherworldly beings so unique that you will feel like other players are joining you on your own adventure. However, these are controlled by an AI that is in Dragon’s Dogma 2 plays an elementary role.

Previously it said:

This particular system stemmed from a desire to keep the game as a single player experience, while still feeling a connection to other players by being able to share their AI companions who created and trained them. As development progressed, it was a trip by the development team to the UK that inspired them to craft the rolling hills and architectural identity of the Gransys for players to later explore.”

According to Capcom, it uses the latest technologies in graphics, AI and physics to create in Dragon’s Dogma 2 to create a truly immersive fantasy world.

When Dragon’s Dogma 2 appears is currently unclear.

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