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. ghasnefon on February 26, 2016

    is taiwan gonna be in english?

  2. break the chains that bind you on February 26, 2016

    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

  3. Draugen on February 25, 2016

    why not release it in the west instead Capcom

    • Deathloche on February 25, 2016

      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