Dungeon Hunter V coming to PS4, PS Vita on July 13 in Japan

Gameloft ports smartphone hack and slash to console.

Dungeon Hunter V

Gameloft and Laplace will release smartphone hack and slash Dungeon Hunter 5 on PlayStation 4 and PS Vita on July 13, the company announced.

Pre-registration is now available via the PlayStation Store in Japan (PS4, PS Vita) and will run through July 18. Users who pre-register will receive an equipment treasure chest containing a powerful weapon.

Here is an overview of the game, via its official website:

About

Join millions of Bounty Hunters in the latest opus of the most intense and immersive hack ‘n’ slash game ever released on mobile.

Key Features

  • Embark on a Single-Player Campaign through Five Realms and countless dungeons – While seeking vengeance against those who have forsaken you, embark on an immersive journey as our spirit-imbued hero through the five shattered realms, and become known as the most notorious Bounty Hunter of them all.
  • Cooperative Gameplay – Hire your friends or other players as Allies to help you on your journey of vengeance and bounty hunting.
  • Asynchronous Multiplayer – Customize your Stronghold with a large variety of creatures, manage and defend it, and raid opponents’ Strongholds to ravage their loot.
  • Daily and Weekly Events – Daily dungeons will reward your demon-killing skills with unique materials to evolve and fuse your gear, while weekly Wanted Challenges will require you to get on top of the leaderboard to get the best rewards.
  • Unrivaled Hack ‘n’ Slash Action – Discover how the animations and controls have been revamped to bring the most amazing combat moves and even more satisfying deaths.
  • Superior GraphicsDungeon Hunter V offers AAA graphics and intricate details to bring the game and story to life.

Visit the game’s PlayStation Japan game page here.

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