Dragon’s Crown Pro Gets a New Trailer Comparing Remastered 4K Visuals to the Original Release

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Originally released in 2013 for PS3 and PS Vita, Atlus and Vanillaware’s beloved action-RPG Dragon’s Crown is making its triumphant return to PS4 next month, and now you can get another look at the remastered visuals and graphical enhancements coming with the upcoming Dragon’s Crown Pro.

Publisher Atlus has released a new trailer for Dragon’s Crown Pro, with the trailer specifically highlighting the remastered 4K visuals that the new release will offer compared to the original game’s visuals.

Overall, those that played the original game will seem to find some strikingly clear and crisp visuals compared to the game’s original release, though those playing it for the first time (I’m sure) will still find much to enjoy from the game’s excellent art direction and compelling action-RPG gameplay.

For more on the game ahead of its release next month, you can also check out one of the recent trailers highlighting the different playable classes and characters in the game, of which Dragon’s Crown Pro will surely have a character fit for every kind of player.

Dragon’s Crown Pro will release for PS4 on May 15th, 2018 in the West – you can pre-order the game ahead of its release in a few weeks on Amazon right now, or you can check out the new trailer down below:

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