Dragon’s Dogma: Dark Arisen Finally Coming to PC

It may be close to four years late, but Dragon’s Dogma is finally coming to PC. Capcom UK announced via Twitter today that they will be bringing the beloved Action-RPG to the open platform. Dragon’s Dogma originally hit the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 back in mid-2012 with an updated expansion package coming a year later.

Capcom has always seemed to own the January time frame, with games such as DmC: Devil May Cry, Resident Evil 4 and plenty more coming out. Next year is looking no different now, containing two remasters in Dragon’s Dogma: Dark Arisen and Resident Evil 0 HD (and the bundled version, Resident Evil Origins).

Unfortunately no other details were given on what we can expect from graphical options, other than that it “will present stunningly high resolution graphics with increased fidelity,” but Capcom has always done well with their PC ports, especially those running on MT Framework. The port will retail for $29.99 and takes advantage of a number of steam features (not to mention keyboard and mouse support).

With the news that Dragon’s Dogma is still not dead in the west, hopefully this means that Capcom is at least looking into bringing their F2P online game across the ocean.