Dragon: Marked for Death delayed to January 31, 2019 in North America and Europe

Due out both digitally and physically.

Dragon: Marked for Death

Inti Creates has delayed Dragon: Marked for Death from its previously planned December 13, 2018 release date in North America and Europe to January 31, 2019. The game will release for Switch digitally on that date, but a physical release via publisher Nighthawk Interactive is planned for release as close to the digital version as possible.

Dragon: Marked for Death will be sold as two separate packs for $14.99 each:

  • Frontline Fighters Pack – Includes the Empress and Warrior characters, which are more friendly to beginners, and contain DPS and tank type characters that are archetypes to any action game.
  • Advanced Attackers Pack – Includes the Shinobi and Witch characters, which are more technical characters with higher skill ceilings that are geared towards more advanced players.

Players can purchase whichever pack they like at first, then purchase the other pack as downloadable content should they choose to do so. The physical version will include both packs.

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