Dragon's Crown Pro is set to launch on January 25th in Japan while there is no word about a potential Western release date aside from the Spring 2018 release window. It will retail for $49.99.
Dragon's Crown Pro will arrive on the PlayStation 4 on February 8, 2018 in Japan, while the West will be able to get in on the action at some point during Spring 2018. The original Storyteller Voice Pack DLC from the title's original release will also come packed with this version of the game. With updated visuals and presentation for the current-gen, hunting for treasure in the Kingdom of Hydeland has never been more rewarding.
The announcement arrives as Sony's PlayStation Experience looms ever closer on the horizon (it starts this Saturday, December 9).
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To recap, Dragon's Crown Pro is mostly a visual and audio update, featuring 4K resolution support, a newly recorded soundtrack via live orchestra, cross-play with the PlayStation 3 and PS Vita versions (w/ save data importing) and dual audio support.
All the Royal Bells and Whistles - If you already own Dragon's Crown, your saves won't go to waste.
Four Player Frenzy - With the fun local couch co-op and online multiplayer you remember, up to four players can experience countless hours battling together. You can choose to play between six different fantasy-themed characters: the Fighter, Dwarf, Amazon, Wizard, Elf, and Sorceress.
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