TGS 2013: Crimson Dragon Will Let You Rent Out Your Dragron to Others

on September 22, 2013 5:00 PM

The upcoming aerial shooter Crimson Dragon will allow players to upload and rent out dragons to others.

So how does it work? Players will be able to register their leveled up dragons on the game’s leaderboards, while other players can download their creatures as AI backup. These “borrowed” dragons can be used for battle when things get tough via Kinect voice-commands. As an incentive players will be rewarded with in-game items and currency if their dragon is used by others.

The game will also feature six different dragons that players can nurture and evolve using collectible items. It will also come with a special dragon available only to those who purchase the game at (or near) launch. In addition to this, the game’s director Yukio Futatsugi teased a “secret dragon” that only highly skilled players will be able to unlock.

Crimson Dragon will be available for Xbox One on November 22nd.

 /  Staff Writer
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