Dragon’s Dogma 2 Talos Enemy Revealed in Bloody Fight

Talos enemy in Dragon's Dogma 2.

Earlier today Capcom held a 15 minute livestream to showcase new details about Dragon’s Dogma 2. This livestream featured an interesting look at the sequel’s gameplay including the first look at a towering bronze Golem enemy called Talos. Talos emerges from the water and players must use a variety of tools to takedown this enemy. Let’s take a closer look at the Dragon’s Dogma 2 Talos enemy below.

Dragon’s Dogma 2 Talos Fight Footage

The livestream showcased footage of the Talos fight, with a condensed version available on the IGN YouTube channel. The two-minute sequence provided a first look at the Talos monster as it emerged from the sea and initiated a destructive march forward. The responsibility falls on you to stop this monster’s advance before it reaches its destination.

In the short video sequence the player is shown utilizing a mixture of gameplay mechanics to fight Talos. They first mechanic sees them fire a large crossbow at the beast. The player then mounts it by leaping off of a large column. The player’s Pawns also mount the enemy as well.

Once on Talos the player targets weak points that are jutting out of the enemy’s body. There is one on its bicep and another on its eye which triggers a wild blood explosion when destroyed.

While watching this fight sequence I was struck by its similarity to another Capcom title, Monster Hunter World. In that game players could participate in a fight against Zorah Magdaros which has a similar mechanics to this segment shown off in Dragon’s Dogma 2, although on a smaller scale.

The fight with Talos wasn’t the only thing revealed during the livestream event. Capcom revealed the game’s official release date following a leak on Steam and highlighted the Dragon’s Dogma 2 pre-order and edition bonuses.

What did you think of the Dragon’s Dogma 2 Talos boss fight footage? Let me know in the comments below.



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