Dragon's Crown is already notable for its gorgeous presentation, having come from the same studio that produced other 2D showpieces like Muramasa: The Demon Blade and Odin Sphere. With Dragon's Crown Pro bringing it to 4K screens for the first time, the artwork has an even bigger chance to shine.
The video above shows our crew adventuring through an early dungeon as a motley mix of characters, as it appears on a PS4 Pro. (You can check out a 4K version here.) The multiplayer gives a good look at not just how the game appears on 4K screens, but how smoothly it handles that power-chugging artwork when several characters are casting spells and using abilities all at once. It's an impressive feat for a game that was already among the best-looking 2D art around, according to GameSpot’s review.
Dragon's Crown Pro's developers are also treating fans to a revamped soundtrack recorded with a live orchestra for good measure. Dragon’s Crown was originally released for the PlayStation 3 and Vita in 2013. The Pro refresh is coming to PlayStation 4 on May 15 for $50. Check out the sights and sounds above.