The free to play role-playing game Dragon’s Dogma Online has reached one million downloads in just ten days, following its launch in Japan.

Capcom announced the milestone for the game today, saying that over 370,000 characters have been created online as of September 9th.

Dualshockers reports that Capcom have also launched a “three days adventure pass” to allow players to try out the benefits of the optional adventure pass subscription for 72 hours.

Dragon’s Dogma Online  follows in the footsteps of the original Dragon’s Dogma and its expansion, Dark Arisen.

Capcom have yet to announce a western release for the game, though this milestone can’t be a bad sign for those wanting some online action.

The game is free to play and available for PC, PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 3.

On top of this Capcom announced this week that the PC version of Dark Arisen is in development.

Were you a fan of the original Dragon’s Dogma?  Did you notice that wolves feared fire?  Let us know in the comments below.


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