Let’s take an audio and visual look at the PlayStation exclusive.
Along with updated 4K graphics, the port will also feature a revamped soundtrack, composed by Hitoshi Sakimoto, recorded with a live orchestra.
Head over to the PlayStation Blog entry where you can listen to samples of the original score and compare it with the new orchestral recording. Players will be able to switch between the two in-game via the options menu.
Publisher Atlus has also uploaded a new video which compares last generation’s 1080p visuals with this generation’s updated 4K presentation.
The game supports cross-platform multiplayer and cross-save. Last month a patch was rolled out for the PS3 and Vita versions to enable cross-play compatibility and other new features, as well as various bug fixes. Here are the official patch notes.
A Battle-Hardened Edition is also available to pre-order; it includes a copy of the game, metal case, and seven skill cards.
Having already launched in Japan back in February, Dragon’s Crown Pro will be out the rest of the world on 15th May.