Hot on the heels of news that Capcom’s Dragon’s Dogma has moved over one million copies worldwide, series creator Hideaki Itsuno has divulged some of the ideas he has for a potential follow-up.
As reported in the latest issue of Famitsu (via Andriasang), Itsuno-san confirmed he’s definitely interested in making a follow-up to the fantasy RPG, which was released on PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 in May.
According to the Capcom developer, only 60 – 70 per cent of his ideas actually made it into the original Dragon’s Dogma, with the game world around 2/3 of what he initially conceived. Shelved elements include the ability for players to create quests for themselves and pawns, as well as mount and grab hold of enemies.
Elsewhere, Itsuno-san expressed his desire to develop a fighting game. Apparently, he’d like to make a game where the player’s skills and experience in beat-‘em-ups won’t necessarily give them the advantage.
Have a gander at our Dragon’s Dogma review here.