Three-Player Co-Op Coming to Crimson Dragon Next Month
Developer Grounding has announced that three-player co-op will be introduced to Crimson Dragon this December.
Multiplayer was initially planned to launch with the game, but the feature was quietly dropped. Instead, Crimson Dragon launched with leaderboards and the wingman system which allows you to hire your dragon out to friends.
Now, however, the real deal is on the way.
“We’re excited to deliver Crimson Dragon to Xbox One, and we’re thrilled to bring our unique multiplayer experience to the game in the very near future,” said Grounding in a post on Meld, Xbox Live’s new info hub for digital-only games.
“Currently, our team is hard work tuning and polishing the overall multiplayer experience, looking to create the perfect balance between enticing gameplay and sheer fun.
“You’ll be able to join 2 of your friends over Xbox Live to take on the enemies of Draco. In selected missions from the campaign players will share the skies over Draco as they work together and defeat even bigger challenges.
“You and your friends will have to use the best dragons with the best skills to overcome [the insane] difficulty of online multiplayer.
“This December, you’ll be able to experience Crimson Dragon like you never have before, with your Xbox Live friends.”
You can read our Crimson Dragon review here and our Xbox One Launch Zone is here.
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