Dragons Dogma was officially confirmed for development in 2012. It will be an exciting time. But, no matter what, it is a gamble that leads to the end.
Owners often enjoy different improvements to older games. It will not be popular withDragons Dogma. The question was raised on Twitter whether the announcement of the sequel would mean that Microsoft will allow FPS Boost support for original game – allowing native performance increases – Jason Ronald, director of program management, said that it didn’t.
Evidently, Xbox’s team did investigate Dogmaat to a point. However, after finding that FPS Boost was causing undesirable side effects, they decided not proceed.
In November 2013, Xbox announced the addition of FPS Boost for the remaining 37 backward compatible titles. They did not plan to add any more games to the existing games. It is yet to be seen if this trend will change.
Dragons Dogma 2is being developed on the RE Engine. However, it is not known if it will launch or for which platforms.
When FPS Boost was being developed, the team investigated Dragon’s Dogma. Unfortunately, there were side effects that prevented it from qualifying for the program.