Dragon’s Dogma 2 Pawn Looks Straight Out of Pulp Fiction

A Dragon’s Dogma 2 player has met a Pawn that resembles Jules, a character from Pulp Fiction played by Samuel L. Jackson.

In Dragon’s Dogma 2, pawns play a useful part by joining the player’s adventure and assisting in defeating difficult enemies and finding uncommon items.

As part of the Dragon’s Dogma 2 tutorial, players make their first Pawn. They can hire more NPCs through The Rift. These Rift Pawns were made by both users and Capcom.

For the right price, they can be added to any party. It was only a matter of time before fans started to see some unique creations in Dragon’s Dogma 2 with players being able to create their own Pawns for hire.

VermilionX88 on Reddit saw a unique Pawn in Dragon’s Dogma 2 that looks a lot like Samual L. Jackson’s character from Quentin Tarantino’s 1994 movie Pulp Fiction.

Fans have compared the NPC to Jackson’s portrayal of Jules Winnfield because the characters come complete with an angry gaze and a long moustache.

At the time of writing, the find has received over 2,300 upvotes from fans, and the majority of them seem to be impressed by it.

Someone in the comments even wants the character code to be shared so that people can easily add the Pawn to their Dragon’s Dogma 2 party without having to look for it all over the Rift.

Player Finds A Pawn That Looks Like A Pulp Fiction Character

Players seem to like the extensive character customisation tools in Capcom’s latest RPG, but the Japanese company has plans for future updates that will further enhance the Pawn system.

The most recent update adds more dialogue options and changes to Pawns to make them more useful in battle, particularly when players are grappled.

Some players are still worried about how well Dragon’s Dogma 2 works, even with these updates. Capcom has confirmed that it is investigating an issue where the framerate for the PC version drops noticeably as the game loads in multiple NPCs.

Some gamers are taking matters into their own hands by killing NPCs so they no longer spawn, despite the lack of a confirmed time line for this issue to be fixed.

Despite these early issues, 2.5 million copies of Dragon’s Dogma 2 were sold in the first week. Players can likely anticipate more creative Pawns like the one discovered by VermilionX88 in The Rift as more players start playing Capcom’s latest RPG and learn how to use the robust character creation tool.

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