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Liz Maas
Dragon's Dogma Ur-Dragon Event Announced
Kill a big dragon, earn things.
05.10.12 - 12:43 AM

Though Dragon's Dogma is still a couple of weeks away, Capcom has already announced a challenge that will be available as soon as the title is released. The Ur-Dragon event, named after an old powerful dragon, will let players (and their party of pawns) on PSN and Xbox Live do collective damage to the legendary creature. It's also pretty powerful, however, so beware. The players who deal a killing blow to the dragon will get a maximum award, but everyone who deals him damage will get common and rare items.

Even if you play offline, you can still fight the Ur-Dragon - alone. That doesn't sound very enticing (to me), but you still get some kind of reward, albeit different ones. Nevertheless, everyone who kills the dragon will get their names and playtimes listed in a hall of fame that others can view.

Dragon's Dogma goes on sale on May 22nd in North America and May 25th in Europe. If you haven't yet, be sure to read Stephen's demo impressions, and have a look at the newest additions to our gallery all below!


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