How Much Would Dragon's Dogma 2 Fans Pay for DLC According to Capcom?
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How Much Would Dragon's Dogma 2 Fans Pay for DLC According to Capcom?

Nathan Lees
Nathan Lees

Capcom is reaching out to players of Dragon's Dogma 2 to gather feedback on potential downloadable content (DLC) for the game. In a recent survey, players are being asked if they would like to see DLC and how much they would be willing to pay for it.

According to VGC, the survey presents players with different price points ranging from up to $9.99 to over $50. This indicates that Capcom is considering a variety of DLC options to cater to different preferences and budgets.

If you're a Dragon's Dogma 2 player and want to share your thoughts, you can participate in the survey here until April 21. The survey also includes a section where players can suggest what they would like to see in future DLC. Players on the game's subreddit have already begun discussing their wishlists, with many requesting more enemy variety in upcoming expansions.

Dragon's Dogma 2 faced backlash upon its launch due to microtransactions, causing its Steam reviews to plummet to "Mostly Negative." While the game has since improved to a "Mixed" rating, the issue of microtransactions remains contentious among players.

In response to the backlash, Capcom defended the inclusion of microtransactions in the game, sparking further debates within the community. Players are now leveraging the survey as an opportunity to voice their opinions on how Capcom can enhance the gaming experience without relying heavily on paid content.

On a positive note, feedback from the subreddit community has been encouraging, with players expressing optimism about the potential for constructive changes based on player input. Some players are urging their peers to participate in the survey and emphasize the importance of providing constructive feedback to influence the game's future development.

For those who take part in the survey, Capcom is offering an original wallpaper as a token of appreciation for their input. This gesture underscores Capcom's commitment to engaging with the player base and incorporating their feedback into the game's ongoing development.


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