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Dragon’s Dogma 2: Potential Free Demo Teased in Latest SteamDB Update

Dragon’s Dogma 2 enthusiasts have keenly observed a significant detail in the recent SteamDB update.

The update, highlighted by PCGamesN, surfaced on the Dragon’s Dogma subreddit, showcasing screenshots of the SteamDB changelog for the upcoming game. One screenshot indicates an ‘unknown app’ update to Dragon’s Dogma 2’s listing.

Another screenshot reveals that this app will be ‘free on demand,’ a billing type typically associated with demo listings, allowing free downloads for all Steam users even post-launch.

While developer Capcom hasn’t officially announced a demo for Dragon’s Dogma 2, given its imminent release on March 22, speculations arise that an announcement might be imminent. If a demo is in the works, it’s likely to be available on PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S, and Steam.

Notably, demos preceding major Capcom titles, like Monster Hunter Rise and Resident Evil 4, are common, making the possibility of one for Dragon’s Dogma 2 unsurprising.

Dragon's Dogma 2: Potential Free Demo Teased in Latest SteamDB Update

Should a demo materialize, it must offer substantial content to immerse players in its open world fully. A brief thirty-minute teaser might not suffice to showcase the game’s depth. Therefore, an extensive demo featuring quests and exploration could entice players, potentially making Dragon’s Dogma 2 one of the standout RPGs of the year.

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