Crimson Dragon Adds Online Multiplayer Mode

By Ishaan . January 28, 2014 . 2:00pm

Crimson Dragon director Yukio Futatsugi stated back in November that he would continue to improve the game post-launch, and he’s still committed to doing just that.


Yesterday, Futatsugi and Microsoft released a new content patch for Crimson Dragon, weighing in at 4GB. The patch introduced a multiplayer mode to the game, and was made available for free. Additionally, a new difficulty level, “Insane,” has been added, too.


Crimson Dragon is a spiritual successor to Panzer Dragoon and was released for Xbox One as part of the console’s launch.

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  • Godmars

    Imagine anyone still playing this would care more about the added difficulty than multiplayer.

    Though considering its an on-rails shooter have to wonder how that’s suppose to work.

    • subsamuel01

      Star fox 64 3D was a on rail shooter with multiplayer, I guess it would play the same way.

      • Godmars

        But I bet its w/o same player split-screen.

  • Crevox

    This is a pretty nice update, I have to say. I’m curious how the “multiplayer” works though.

  • Göran Isacson

    Nice. I wonder how well the game’s actually sold among Xbox One owners… are there any numbers out there? Or shall we take this admission that he’s going to keep working on the game as “it’s sold well enough to merit further polish?”

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