You read that right. The open world monster-killing RPG formerly only available on consoles will make its way to PC in January 2016, according to an announcement from Capcom.
It’s not just Dragon’s Dogma, either. This is Dragon’s Dogma: Dark Arisen, which includes the complete original game, plus content from its sequel, including the Bitterblack Isle area, new enemies and quests, and new high-level weapons and armor sets.
The game is like a cross between Shadow of the Colossus and The Witcher. You’ll face massive enemies, which at times require some climbing to take down. You also get to travel with three AI companions who help in the fight. PC users will be able to share these AI buddies online, and Capcom says this may be necessary when you need a companion with a certain skill to take down an enemy.
Dragon’s Dogma: Dark Arisen will be available on Steam, with high-resolution graphics and increased fidelity. It will include achievements, the ability to use an Xbox controller, as well as support for mouse and keyboard controls. It will cost $29.99.