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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.