Dragon’s Crown Now Supports Cross-Play in Japan – Coming to NA and Europe Too!

Posted by at 2:19 pm on October 11, 2013

Japanese Vita and PS3 players can now buddy up in Dragon’s Crown, after Vanillaware added cross-play between the two platforms. the cross-play compatibility is for both cooperative and competitive modes

The update looks to be restricted to Japan for now. In North America Atlus  is releasing the patch very soon, it is testing.  The cross-play patch is coming to Europe “in the upcoming months.”

Cross-play for Dragon’s Crown also came to Europe … except it didn’t, really. Just after Atlus’ announcement about Japan we received a letter of apology from NIS America, the company that brought the game to PAL regions earlier this month. We’ll let the letter do the talking, as written by Marketing Manager Ryan Phillips.

“We wanted to let you know that there has been a printing error with the initial run of the PS Vita retail packaging for Dragon’s Crown in the European/Australian regions. The back of the packaging indicates that the game supports Cross-platform Play with the PlayStation®3 console. However, this information is incorrect. The game supports cross-save functionality only. We sincerely apologize for any inconveniences this printing error may cause.”

Dragon's Crown Crossplay

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