Fifth Dragon’s Crown Patch Available

Friday, December 20th, 2013

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Dragon's Crown | oprainfall

The fifth and final patch for Vanillaware’s Dragon’s Crown has just been released. This patch will reward those players who seek out a challenge by adding another new difficulty to the lineup: Ultimate. In Ultimate Mode, the level cap will be raised from 99 to 255. It can be unlocked by clearing the ninth layer in the Labyrinth of Chaos.

Unlocking Ultimate Mode will also open up this patch’s other notable feature: a new set of levels called the Tower of Mirages. This dungeon will include randomly generated levels to keep players on their toes.

While these are the two most exciting parts of this patch, there are also other fixes and additions packed in there, as well. See the list below from Atlus’ official announcement:

[Bug Fixes]

  • Gameplay stability is improved.

 [New Features]

  • Clearing the ninth layer in the Labyrinth of Chaos unlocks a new “Ultimate” difficulty level. This difficulty can be selected at the Temple.
  • When in Ultimate difficulty, a new randomly generated dungeon named the “Tower of Mirages” is added.
  • Ultimate difficulty raises the level cap from LV 99 to LV 255.
  • Item shortcuts can now be assigned and used separately by holding L1 and the Up directional button.
  • Damage values can now be displayed as a running total instead of per-hit.
  • To help increase player character visibility, characters can be shown with transparencies when they are on top of one another. This feature is available in the Options menu and can be toggled on or off.
  • Save files that have cleared Story mode can skip the first quests leading to the Talisman collection when creating a new character.
  • Guild Quests that have already been cleared may now be skipped in subsequent playthroughs.

[Feature Modifications]

  • Character class skills have received a number of adjustments.
  • NPC behavior has been adjusted.
  • Rules and effects regarding equipment, items, and skills in the Colosseum have been adjusted.
  • Other tuning and minor improvements to various gameplay elements have been made.

Dragon’s Crown is available for purchase on Amazon:

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  • Thanatos2k

    Other companies would charge for this as DLC. LOOKING AT YOU, CAPCOM.

  • Xx_Kares_xX

    Awesome! I need to get back to this game @.@ I still haven’t finished it.