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1529160cookie-checkDragon’s Crown Pro Coming To The West In Spring, 2018 For $49.99

Dragon’s Crown Pro Coming To The West In Spring, 2018 For $49.99

Atlus announced that Vanillaware’s Dragon’s Crown Pro is set to arrive in the West starting next spring in 2018 for the PS4 and with enhancements for the PS4 Pro for $49.99. You poor Canadians will have to pump out $64.99.

The game will support 4K compatibility for the PS4 Pro, and will feature English and Japanese audio options, along with subtitle support for French, Italian, German, and Spanish.

The four-player cooperative modes will return along with online multiplayer. So if you have buddies you can team with locally you can do so, or if you want to go online and grab a few friends from around the world, you can do that, too.

They quickly go through the features in the trailer and outline what’s new and what’s been remastered and revamped for the new gen.

The game itself is very similar to Capcom’s old Dungeons & Dragons games, except it’s updated and upgraded with more dungeons to cover, more loot to acquire, more bosses to fight, and more locations to visit.

The soundtrack has also undergone some upgrades, featuring a remastered symphony orchestra. There’s also cross-save functionality with your old PS3 saves and PS Vita saves, which you can import over into the PS4 version of the game. There’s also cross-play compatibility as well.

You’ll be able to play as six different character classes, including a Fighter, Dwarf, Amazon, Wizard, Elf and the highly iconic Sorceress.

The game was highly criticized by SJW-media for the women having large voluptuous breasts, shapely buttocks, and firm bodies. Many of the media were jealous that they would never be able to get with women like that, and many male feminists were likely ashamed that they were getting inadvertent boners based on images that reminded them that they would never amount to anything in life that would allow them to get with women in real life rocking those measurements.

Anyway, Dragon’s Crown Pro is due out next spring for PS4 and PS4 Pro. If you were in Anaheim, California for the PSX event, you’ll be able to get hands on time with it between December 9th and December 10th.

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