Dragon's Crown Pro coming to North America in Spring 2018

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If you were anxious about Dragon's Crown Pro being left as a Japan-only item, fear not, Atlus USA has us covered.

The announcement came through a new Dragon's Crown Pro Announcement Trailer on Atlus USA Youtube account, featuring gameplay content that we still haven't seen.

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Dragon's Crown Pro is essentially the same game as the PS3 and PS Vita release although it has a soundtrack recorded with live orchestra.

The game will include Japanese and English audio options and subtitles in English, French, German, Italian, and Spanish.

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Atlus has announced that Dragon's Crown Pro is coming to the West in Spring 2018 for the PS4.

Those who already own Dragon's Crown can use online cross-play & cross-save compatibility with existing PS3 and Vita versions.

As with the original release, Dragon's Crown Pro features groups of heroes that face terrible challenges in the labyrinthine dungeons surrounding the medieval fantasy kingdom of Hydeland. You can choose to play between six different fantasy-themed characters: the Fighter, Dwarf, Amazon, Wizard, Elf, and Sorceress.

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If you're at the PlayStation Experience event this weekend, there will be a playable demo of the title in Hall B. For everyone else, we'll just have to wait until that wonderfully nebulous time of year we all call "Spring 2018" rolls around to get our hands on it.

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