Dragon’s Crown Pro for PS4 Will Run in Native 4K on PS4 Pro; Gets First 4K Screenshots

Atlus revealed the first beautiful screenshots of Dragon's Crown Pro for PS4, showing off the native 4K support on PS4 Pro.

on September 19, 2017 7:05 AM

Following Sony Interactive Entertainment’s pre-Tokyo Game Show Press Conference, Atlus released a press kit for the newly-revealed Dragon’s Crown PS4 remaster Dragon’s Crown Pro. 

The press release included a mock up of the box art, and the first screenshots in shiny 4K resolution. Interestingly, we learn that the game will support PS4 Pro with native 4K visuals.

On top of that, the whole soundtrack has been re-recorded by an orchestra.

A limited edition named “Royal Package” will be released in Japan at the same time as the base game on January 25th, including a set of three CDs with a 56-track soundtrack, a special booklet, an animated art book and more. It will cost 12,800 yen plus taxes.

The original Dragon’s Crown was originally released in 2013 for PS3 and PS Vita. Was directed by Vanillaware’s President George Kamitani, who also designed the beautiful artwork of the game. It sold over one million copies worldwide.

You can check out the screenshots below, and also watch the trailer showcased today.

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