Capcom has announced a collaboration with the Japan Volleyball Association to support their competing teams. To commemorate this partnership, a new illustration depicting several iconic Capcom characters has been shared. Among the characters showcased are Leon, Luke, Mega Man, and Chun-Li.
In case you missed it, Capcom recently premiered a new trailer for their upcoming action RPG Dragon’s Dogma II.
The story has players explore a fantasy world through a single-player, narrative-driven action-RPG adventure. Players will experience the entire story of this adventurer, from the appearance of their Arisen, their vocation, their party, and how to approach different situations.
Pawns also make an appearance, which is mysterious otherworldly beings, to provide a sense that you aren’t alone. The developer shared, “All of these elements are elevated further by the latest in graphics, artificial intelligence (AI), and physics technology to create a truly immersive fantasy world in Dragon’s Dogma 2.”
Dragon’s Dogma II is a sequel to 2012’s Dragon’s Dogma. The game will continue the story, but there is little information about the story outside of what we can see in the trailer.
Dragon’s Dogma II is in development using Capcom’s RE Engine. We’ll be sure to keep you updated on the development and release of Dragon’s Dogma II.
Dragon’s Dogma II is in development for PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X, and PC via Steam.
You can view the full collaborative artwork between Capcom and the Japan Volleyball Association below:
UPDATE 5/30/2023: Capcom and the Japan Volleyball Association have shared new artwork of Chun-Li:
UPDATE 6/1/2023: Additional artwork of Chun-Li was revealed:
UPDATE 6/1/2023: Capcom and the Japan Volleyball Association have shared new artwork of Palico from the Monster Hunter series:
UPDATE 6/2/2023: Capcom and the Japan Volleyball Association have shared new artwork of Luke from Street Fighter 6:
UPDATE 6/9/2023: The official Twitter account has shared new renders of MegaMan.EXE from the Mega Man Battle Network series, Leon Kennedy from Resident Evil 4, and Rathalos from Monster Hunter, all viewable via our gallery below:
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