When Sony Interactive Entertainment first published their list of exhibitors and playable games for this year’s PlayStation Experience, they had both Sega and Atlus (now owned by Sega) listed.
Buried in the list of playable titles was none other than Dragon’s Crown Pro, which has yet to be confirmed for a western release. The list has since been updated to remove the game.
While it makes sense that Atlus and Sega would publish the gorgeous Vanillaware-developed action-RPG worldwide, we’ll have to wait and see until this year’s PlayStation Experience.
The new and enhanced version of the game will support up to 4K resolution, as well as cross-play with users on PlayStation 3 and PS Vita. The game’s soundtrack has been completely re-recorded by a live orchestra.
A Japanese release date is set for February 8th of next year. Could we see a western release around the same time? We’ll keep you guys posted.