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Capcom Addresses Dragon’s Dogma 2 Microtransaction Controversy And Performance Concerns

Capcom Addresses Dragon's Dogma 2 Microtransaction Controversy And Performance Concerns

Developer Acknowledges Feedback and Promises Improvements

As Dragon’s Dogma 2 captivates players worldwide with its sprawling open-world adventure, Capcom finds itself under scrutiny for the inclusion of microtransactions and performance issues plaguing the game on PS5 and PC.

In response to the mounting criticism, Capcom issued a statement on Steam, expressing regret for any inconvenience caused and outlining plans to address player concerns. Priority will be given to resolving critical issues such as crashes and freezing through upcoming patches. Additionally, the developer is exploring options to streamline the process of starting a new game on PC, acknowledging the current cumbersome steps required.

Dragons Dogma microtransactions are under fire.

However, the controversy surrounding the introduction of paid extras, labeled as “paid DLC,” persists. While Capcom assures players that these items can be acquired in-game, their simultaneous promotion raises eyebrows among the community. Despite the hustle, the company stands by its decision, offering the additional content to interested PlayStation players.

The inclusion of microtransactions in Dragon’s Dogma 2 has drawn disappointment from fans, tarnishing Capcom’s reputation for some. Yet, it’s crucial to exercise financial restraint, as these paid extras remain optional additions to the gameplay experience.

As Capcom navigates the fallout from these developments, players await further updates and improvements to ensure a smoother and more enjoyable experience in Dragon’s Dogma 2.