During last year’s PlayStation Experience event, Sony announced a remastered version of Dragon’s Crown for the PS4 called Dragon’s Crown Pro. At the time of announcement, a solid North American release date was not disclosed. We knew it would release sometime in 2018, but that was it. Today, Sony has revealed that the hack-n-slash title will release in North America on May 15.So what’s so “pro” about Dragon’s Crown Pro? As expected, this edition of the game features 4K resolution. The original game already looked gorgeous, but the enhanced resolution will make it look even better whether you’re playing on a 1080p or 4K TV. The visuals aren’t the only thing getting a makeover. The game’s entire soundtrack has been newly recorded by a live orchestra. This will surely give the already epic soundtrack a whole new level of heft. Dragon’s Crown Pro also sports both English and Japanese voice-overs.One of the best features of the original Dragon’s Crown was its cross-play functionality between PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita. You could start a game on PS3, upload your save file, download it to your Vita, and continue where you left off. Dragon’s Crown Pro also has this feature. It’s nice to know that folks who’ve sunk hundreds of hours into the game won’t have to start over from scratch on PS4. Perhaps it will give them a good reason to dust off their Vitas.With Valentine’s Day around the corner, Atlus has launched a Dragon’s Crown Pro Valentine website. Users can create an e-card to send to someone they love/admire. I know I wouldn’t mind getting a Valentine’s Day e-card with one of the game’s wildly-proportioned characters on it.Dragon’s Crown Pro will retail for $49.99 when it drops on May 15. If you can’t wait that long, you can always buy the Japanese version which launched today. Hands-On: ‘Stranded Sails’ Is a Relaxing Farm Sim AdventureHere’s an Hour of Incomprehensible ‘Death Stranding’ Gameplay Stay on target Let us know what you like about Geek by taking our survey.