Capcom Japan has announced that the servers of Dragon’s Dogma Online will close next December 5, marking the end of this Action RPG Online free to play available on PS4, PlayStation 3 and PC.
The Osaka home says that ” to date, it is difficult to continue to offer a satisfactory service for players “, probably due to the rather low number of users. From 11 July it will no longer be possible to download the Dragon’s Dogma Online client and its extra content, news that puts an end to the possible arrival of the game in the West.
In fact, Dragon’s Dogma Online has been confined to Japan only since 2013, in all these years there has been much speculation about the launch in Europe and North America but nothing has materialized. Capcom now seems to be interested in working on Dragon’s Dogma 2, especially after the success of Devil May Cry V, which may have paved the way for other projects and sequels set up over the past few years for budget reasons.