Dragon’s Crown Pro ‘Elf’ character trailer

Masters of the bow and arrow.

Dragon’s Crown Pro

The third video in Atlus’ series of Dragon’s Crown Pro character trailers introduces the Elf.

Here’s an overview of the character, via the original Dragon’s Crown official website:

A long-lived forest race who are often much older than they appear to human eyes. While slight of body, they are deadly masters of the bow and arrow, using their superior athleticism to fight nimbly and fearlessly from a distance.

Previous trailers introduced the Fighter and Amazon.

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.

Dragon’s Crown Pro is due out for PlayStation 4 in Japan on February 8, 2018. First-print copies will include a digital gamebook.

Watch the Elf trailer, as well as a trailer for the digital gamebook included with first-print copies of the game, below.

Elf

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