Dragon’s Crown Pro delayed to February 8 in Japan, first-print bonus digital gamebook announced

A two-week delay for the PlayStation 4 port.

Dragon's Crown Pro

Atlus has delayed Dragon’s Crown Pro from its previously announced January 25 release in Japan to February 8.

The PlayStation 4 port of the VanillaWare-developed action RPG will feature 4K resolution support, the entire soundtrack newly recorded by a live orchestra, cross-play with the PlayStation 3 and PS Vita versions (as well as save data importing), and both English and Japanese voices.

Atlus also announced that all first-print copies of Dragon’s Crown Pro will include the digital game book, “Treasure of Demon Island.” Described as a new adventure, players will choose their favorite adventurer from Dragon’s Crown, roll the dice, and begin their journey. In order to obtain the mysterious treasures hidden on Demon Island, players must rely on courage, determination, and fortune to overcome terrible enemies and dangerous traps.

Watch an updated version of the announcement trailer below. View a set of images from the digital game book at the gallery.

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