Ian McShane and the Dragon's Dogma 2 logo

Hear Ian McShane Narrate Dragon’s Dogma 2’s Latest Trailer

Talented actor Ian McShane has narrated the latest trailer for Dragon’s Dogma 2, introducing newcomers and veterans alike to its immersive world.

Yep, you read that right. Ian McShane, best known for his role in the John Wick movies but also perhaps lesser known for the time he was Hellboy’s Dad, has narrated Dragon’s Dogma 2’s latest trailer. It’s a great watch for McShane-heads and Dragon’s Dogma 2 fans alike. It also serves as an excellent way to get yourself acquainted with the game that will surely take up most of your March, April, and May.

Ian McShane Narrates Dragon’s Dogma 2’s Latest Trailer

Ian McShane of John Wick fame has narrated the newest Dragon’s Dogma 2 trailer, guiding players through the game’s introduction, new regions, and terrifying monsters. It’s a handy catch-up guide for those who haven’t played the original in a while. It’s also a useful tool for those who want to know everything they can before starting their own adventure. Of course, with McShane’s raspy British voice narrating everything, it’s hard not to get swept up in the majesty of it all.

There’s nothing particularly new to see in the trailer itself. You’ll get to see a more in-depth look at the Vermund and Battahl regions, as well as the game’s introduction against the terrifying Dragon. Beyond that, there’s also some additional combat footage against some of the game’s plethora of monsters. Regardless, it’s enough to get us excited for the game’s upcoming release date. It cannot come sooner! You can watch the trailer for yourself below.

We’ll be the first to admit that we didn’t have the Continental Hotel’s own Ian McShane narrating a Dragon’s Dogma 2 trailer on our bingo card, but here we are. It’s a welcome treat and a continued showcase of how much faith Capcom has in the game, as they’re pumping a lot of resources into its marketing. Hopefully, the game will end up being as enjoyable as it is to listen to Ian McShane say basically anything.

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