Dragon’s Dogma coming to PC early next year

Capcom’s woefully underrated action-RPG Dragon’s Dogma: Dark Arisen will be coming to PC in early 2016 with enhanced PC-specific upgrades.

Capcom announced the good news via a new Capcom Unity update. While Dark Arisen was technically an expansion for the original Dragon’s Dogma when it first released, it also included the entire base game, which means PC gamers will be getting the full, enhanced experience from the get-go. The PC version will naturally include a few updates as well, including full Steam integration, higher resolution visuals and support for both Xbox 360/Xbox One controller and keyboard/mouse control schemes.

A specific launch day hasn’t yet been pegged down, but Capcom is currently aiming to release the PC version of Dragon’s Dogma: Dark Arisen sometime in January, 2016.