Dragon’s Crown Pro Confirmed for Western Release in Spring 2018

As a remaster of the famous 2013 hack-and-slash action-RPG, Dragon’s Crown Pro provides both fans of the game (and newcomers) a opportunity to go through the game in a new light on PS4, together with the game formally established to arrive in the West following year.

Publisher Atlus has announced that Dragon’so called Crown Pro will be heading to the West in Spring 2018, after the name was previously shown back in September for a Japanese release in early 2018.

Dragon’s Crown Pro will bring on the PS3/PS Vita title with newly-remastered visuals for the PS4 and PS4 Guru, such as 4K resolution assistance, a newly-recorded soundtrack, and new sound and screen options such as English and Japanese audio tracks, along with localized in-game text in Italian, French, Italian, and Spanish.

Besides the new features, Dragon’s Crown Pro will also support online cross-play along with cross-save compatibility involving the PS4 and PS Vita variations of this game, although all of the previous patches and attributes (such as the Storyteller Voice Bundle DLC) will also be included in the newest release.

Dragon’s Crown Guru  will launch in Japan on January 25th, 2018, and will follow with a Western launch at Spring 2018. Meanwhile, you can check out a new trailer to the game below:

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