Dragon’s Crown version 1.07 update to launch alongside Dragon’s Crown Pro

Adds cross-play with PlayStation 4 among other features.

Atlus has announced plans to release a version 1.07 update for Dragon’s Crown on PlayStation 3 and PS Vita alongside the release of Dragon’s Crown Pro on PlayStation 4 in Japan on February 8, 2018.

The key additions of the version 1.07 update include the following:

Enables cross-play and cross-save between PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, and PS Vita.

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Dragon's Crown

Adds a feature to name each bag.

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Adds a feature to narrow down equipment on the equipment screen by specifying the effect.

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By opening the Start menu mid-adventure, you can check the Talismans you have obtained and the reward for the current floor.

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Displays all sorts of settings on the character name text editing screen.

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Enables the option of resetting “Deep Pockets” when performing a skill reset at the Adventurers Guild.

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If you learn the same skill again immediately after a skill reset, the skill item will automatically be set again in your bag.

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When selling items at the Magic Item Shop, you can select multiple items at once.

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Adds a “Damage Effect Display” setting to the Options menu. You can choose between “Displayed for Everyone,” “Displayed Only for Players,” and “Not Displayed at All.” (It is expected that reducing the amount that is displayed on the screen will improve visibility and reduce the processing load.)

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Dragon's Crown

Adds a “Rune Selection UI Display Position” setting to the options menu. You can choose between “Follows the Player,” “In the Lower Cockpit,” or “At the Bottom of the Screen.”

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Dragon's Crown

View the screenshots of the update at the gallery.

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