Dragon's Crown Pro Heads West in 2018

Dragon's Crown Pro Confirmed For West, Out In Spring 2018

Dragon's Crown Pro Confirmed For Western Release In Spring 2018

Dragon's Crown Pro is essentially the same game as the PS3 and PS Vita release although it has a soundtrack recorded with live orchestra.

Atlus has announced in a newly released trailer that Dragon's Crown Pro, the PS4 re-release of the original Dragon's Crown, will be coming to western territories in spring 2018. There will be online cross-play & cross-save compatibility with existing PS3 and Vita versions. In addition to this, it will render at 4K resolution although it is not confirmed if the resolution update is only for the PS4 Pro or for the base PS4 as well. All patches, features, and the Storyteller Voice Pack DLC from the original game will be included.

Dragon's Crown Pro is a gorgeous game that finds several heroes working together in tandem to figure out what's going on behind the "ultimate" treasure known as the Dragon's Crown.

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Dragon's Crown Pro features groups of heroes that face terrible challenges in the labyrinthine dungeons surrounding the medieval fantasy kingdom of Hydeland.

Atlus announced the new PS4 and PS4 Pro version of the game will cost $49.99 (about R680,00). You can choose to play between six different fantasy-themed characters: the Fighter, Dwarf, Amazon, Wizard, Elf, and Sorceress. The game can support four player co-op in both local and online play, and comes drawn in Vanillaware's signature style. The game also incorporated some RPG elements into the mix.

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