CapcomUK confirms Dragon’s Dogma PC, and then denies it; DmC PC release close to the console release

Okay Capcom fans, the moment you’ve been waiting for has arrived. Capcom UK has just confirmed that a PC version of Dragon’s Dogma is under its way, though there is no release date yet. This information comes straight from the official Twitter account of Capcom UK, and seriously doubt that this is a troll attempt from Capcom itself. After all, Capcom UK has never been caught trolling so this will be a first for them.
When asked about a PC version of Dragon’s Dogma, Capcom UK said:
“Its coming”
Question now is: Is Capcom UK trolling PC gamers or not? Oh, and that typo stays true to Capcom’s spirit, right?
In other news, Capcom’s Sven stated that the PC version of DmC Devil May Cry will hit PCs shortly after the release of the console versions. Contrary to the PC versions of SF and RE6, DmC PC is being developed by a separate team and there is already a playable version of it, suggesting that PC gamers won’t have to wait the usual ‘6-months’ timeframe until they get their hands on it.
On the other hand, Resident Evil 6 PC is planned for a 2013 release, as is the 2013 update for SFxT and its DLC (expect an update for the DLC in the coming days).
Capcom UK has just denied the PC version. As the company tweeted a minutes ago:
“Sorry for the false alarm folks, no Dragon’s Dogma on the PC anytime soon.”
So, did Capcom UK troll everyone a couple of hours ago? Or did they reveal something too early? One can only guess.

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