Dragons Dogma 2 is selling faster than the original

Dragons Dogma 2 sælger som varmt brød
Translate from : Dragons Dogma 2 sælger hurtigere end originalen
Dragon's Dogma 2 is selling twice as fast as its predecessor. In just two weeks, Capcom has sold 2.5 million copies worldwide. Despite controversy surrounding microtransactions, the game continues to impress fans.

After a 12-year wait between Dragon's Dogma and the sequel, it looks like it's been in Capcom's favor. In its first two weeks, Dragon's Dogma 2 has already sold twice as many copies as the first game did in one month.

On April 2, Capcom announced that Dragon's Dogma 2 has sold 2.5 million copies globally since its March 22 launch. This brings the total sales of the Dragon's Dogma franchise to 10 million, meaning that the first game has sold around 7.5 million copies since its launch in 2012. This also includes the expanded edition Dark Arisen which launched in 2013, as well as the ports for PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Switch, which were rolled out between 2016 and 2019.

For a little context, it took the original Dragon's Dogma about a month to reach just one million copies. Dragon's Dogma 2 is already overtaking its predecessor in sales. Part of that is due to the game's positive publicity, but there's also something to be said for what over a decade of anticipation and positive hype can do for a franchise.

However, Dragon's Dogma 2 has not been without controversy. Some of the biggest discussions surrounding the game have been due to the microtransactions that Capcom has included, which let you buy in-game resources with real money. In the meantime, Capcom says they will be working on updates to improve the game continuously.

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