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Trent Argirov
Check Out The Contents Of Dragon Crown's Pro Battle-Hardened Edition!
Available now for a right old pre-order, if that takes your fancy!
01.06.18 - 12:10 AM

ATLUS and VanillaWare have made known the contents for theDragon's Crown Pro Battle-Hardened Edition, shortly after the title's recent confirmation to be heading to Western shores.

dragon's crown pro logo

Initially released in 2013, the remaster of this stylistic co-op beat-em-up has been made available for pre-order, sporting the aforementioned Battle-Hardened Edition at the front line. The edition itself consists of the base game encased in a beautiful steel book cover and seven collectible cards, highlighting both skills and the noble classes present within
Dragon's Crown Pro!

Battle-Hardened Edition

battle-hardened edition contents

All in all, this remaster looks absolutely fantastic, and I personally cannot wait to revisit this VanillaWare title when it launches later this year. If you're curious about what RPGFan thought of the original edition, check out reviewer Robert Steinman's thoughts!

Dragon's Crown Pro is set to release westward in Spring 2018. It is available for pre-order on PlayStation 4 for $49.99 USD and $69.99 CAD.

Stay tuned to RPGFan for all news Dragon's Crown Pro!


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