Capcom’s free-to-play MMO Dragon’s Dogma Online is headed to Taiwan; the company announced at a recent press conference. The release is slated for 2017, on both the PlayStation 4 and PC. Interestingly, according to MMOCulture, Capcom also stated that anyone who understands Traditional Chinese will be able to access the game — meaning it shouldn’t be region-locked.

Other titles being slated for localization in Taiwan include the mobile title Monster Hunter Explore and Breath of Fire 6 for both mobile and PC.

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  1. sucks that Capcom gives the west the finger with every good game they have but at-least no region-locked witch means someone some where will make an English patch for the game and i will find it and play it with the power of the Google

    • Yeah I western release would have been better news. I don’t give a shit about games coming out in Taiwan if they will never make it to the WEST


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