Dragon's Crown Pro will be releasing exclusively for the PlayStation 4, and you can check out the announcement trailer that shows the game off in action below. Neither Atlus or Vanillaware has made any mention of new in-game content that would be coming in this version, meaning the only new feature the game has will be the Treasure of Demon Island add-on.
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.
Visuals Fit for an Ancient Dragon - With beautifully refined artwork and 4K resolution support, Vanillaware's signature art style will come alive as you bludgeon, cleave, shoot, and loot through the dungeons of Hydeland.
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As previously announced, Dragon's Crown Pro will feature updated visuals and presentation, including 4K support for those who have PlayStation 4 Pro. Plus, game text will be localized in French, Italian, German, and Spanish.
Players that already own Dragon's Crown will have no problems jumping in, as online cross-play and cross-save compatibility will exist between the PS3 and Vita versions. You can also play along with up to four players.
As with the original release, Dragon's Crown Pro features groups of heroes that face awful challenges in the labyrinthine dungeons surrounding the medieval fantasy kingdom of Hydeland. The game also incorporated some RPG elements into the mix.