Atlus and developer Vanillaware have confirmed that they are bringing the remaster of the hack-and-slash beat 'em up game from 2013, Dragon's Crown, to the west. Dragon's Crown Pro, as it's known, will be released on PlayStation 4 with enhanced visuals, 4K support, and better performance.
Composer Hitoshi Sakimoto re-recorded the soundtrack from the original game with a live orchestra for this version, and on top of that the game will also include Japanese and English audio; the Storyteller Voice Pack DLC; and the ability for players to use their original savegames from the PlayStation 3 and PS Vita.
"Dragon's Crown Pro features groups of heroes that face dreadful challenges in the labyrinthine dungeons surrounding the medieval fantasy kingdom of Hydeland," the press release explains. "As they explore deeper into the dungeons, non-player characters such as Samuel the Adventurer's Guild leader and Lucain, the wizard come in to play with quests and tasks to complete. Use six adventurers (Fighter, Dwarf, Amazon, Wizard, Elf, and Sorceress) and their unique abilities to unravel the story behind the ultimate treasure, the Dragon's Crown."
If you're interested in the game, check out the trailer down below. Did you play the original?