The action role-playing game, Dragon’s Dogma, will see its Xbox 360 servers being shut down for good on 31 March 2018. This comes in the form of an official announcement by Capcom that all online support for the Xbox 360 version of Dragon’s Dogma and Dragon’s Dogma: Dark Arisen will come to an end after six years of the games lifespan.
You can expect all network functionality for the fantasy-RPG to grind to a halt at the end of this month, giving you one whole month left to play the game while the services are still available, including renting Pawns from other players and tackling the end-game Ur-Dragon boss. Windows PC, PS3, PS4, and Xbox One versions of the game will continue to have online services though, so don’t fret. So if you have the current remastered versions of the game, you can sleep easy and continue to enjoy the game on the newer platforms.
Dragon’s Dogma sold over 2.5 million copies worldwide as of September 2015, perhaps Capcom are working on yet another fantasy-RPG to the same likeness. Who knows? We’ve seen many studios doing a remaster just before a new instalment of a franchise is announced. We might be in for a surprise.
Source: Capcom Global