Capcom is prepping more downloadable content for fantasy RPG Dragon’s Dogma, according to game director Hideaki Itsuno.
Chatting with 4Gamer, Itsuno-san said the developer is preparing “new play elements” as a follow-up to previous DLC, which included weapons, quests and armour.
As such, he advises players not to part with their copy of the game just yet.
“I’m sure many have already cleared the game, but for Dragon’s Dogma, we’re continuing to prepare new play elements,” said Itsuno-san. “It would be best if you held on to the game for abit.”
Elsewhere, he also revealed his desire to develop a sequel to Dragon’s Dogma, and said fan support is key to getting the game green lit.
Itsuno-san has quite the pedigree at Capcom, having directed Devil May Cry 2, 3 and 4 for the Japanese publishing giant.
Dragon's Dogma was released on PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 in May 2012.