Vanillaware is bringing another one of its previous titles to the PlayStation 4. The developer officially revealed Dragon’s Crown Pro at TGS 2017 will arrive early next year.
Launching January. 25, 2018 in Japan, Dragon’s Crown Pro sports 4K resolution support, cross-play with PS3/PS Vita versions, and a newly recorded soundtrack. In addition to the standard release, a limited edition “Royal Package” will be available as well.
Check out the announcement trailer below.
It’s good to see Dragon’s Crown being made available for the PS4 audience. I own the game on PS Vita and have been a fan of Vanillaware’s artstyle for awhile. So far only a Japanese release date has been announced, but I don’t see why Dragon’s Crown Pro wouldn’t release in the West as well.
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Sounds like a waste of money. How about a sequel.