May 25, 2022

Dragon’s Dogma Netflix Series Debuts in September

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In the early hours of this morning (or yesterday afternoon if you’re in the US) the release date for the Dragon’s Dogma Netflix series was revealed. The anime adaption of Capcom’s cult fantasy RPG revealed the date of 17th September on its brand new poster. If the look of the poster is anything to go by, it may have a similar feel to Netflix’s Castlevania adaption.

The story of the Dragon’s Dogma game saw the village of Cassardis attacked by a Dragon, a signal of the apocalypse. The protagonist attempts to fight the Dragon, with semi-fatal consequences. The Dragon steals the protagonist’s heart but they somehow survive. This makes them the Arisen, destined to battle the dragon and stop the apocalypse.

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In Netflix’s version, the story has been confirmed as following an Arisen named Ethan. According to the listing “Ethan sets out to vanquish the Dragon that took his heart, but with every demon he battles, the more he loses his humanity”. It’s not much to go on, but presumably we’ll get some more details when a trailer finally drops. For now we’ll have to make do with that description and the tags that describe it as “dark” and “exciting”.

What seemed like a niche experiment with Castlevania has now blossomed into a seemingly ongoing project. With Dragon’s Dogma coming in September, and an announced Cyberpunk anime in the works too, it’s no longer an experiment. Netflix are seemingly doubling down on their video-game anime adaptations, and we are here for it. If you can’t wait for Dragon’s Dogma, make sure you check out Castlevania it’s well worth a watch.

You can catch the Dragon’s Dogma Netflix series from 17th September, until then stick with Any Button Gaming for any updates.

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