Atlus released a new trailer detailing some of the features you can look forward to in the upcoming Dragon’s Crown Pro. The updated game supports enhanced resolution and a few other tweaks to give gamers a reason to dive back into Vanillaware’s hack-and-slash, multiplayer beat-’em-up title that originally triggered SJW journalists back in 2013.
The Pro edition of Dragon’s Crown is due for release on February 8th, 2018. The trailer for the game covers how there are multiple charatcer classes to choose from, the ability to name your character and loot new items and gear for those characters, including new staffs for the Sorceress, or new melee weapons and shields for the Knight.
You’ll also have a variety of cards to collect to help buff and boost your character. The game’s dungeon-exploring antics are also making a return, where you can fight through enemies, loot treasure chests and attempt to avoid the traps littering the maps. You can check out the trailer for the game below.
The trailer covers a lot of the other basic gameplay elements, including the merchants you’ll encounter in order to purchase new items and upgrade your party.
The game’s four-player is also making a return, but it’s also receiving an upgrade in the form of cross-platform compatibility, enabling people to play with each other across all three of the PlayStation family systems, including the PS3, PS Vita, and the PS4.
In the Japanese version it notes that you can switch the voices between the English and Japanese versions, so hopefully the same applies if (or when) the game makes its way to the West.
A four player versus arena mode will also be available for those of you who want to test your skills against other players in melee combat.
You can learn more about the game ahead of its February release in 2018 by paying a visit to the official website.