Dragon: Marked for Death Game's Trailer Reveals January 31 Release
posted on by Karen Ressler
Inti Creates began streaming an animated trailer for its Dragon: Marked for Death Nintendo Switch game on Saturday. The video reveals that the game will debut on January 31, 2019 in Japan, North America, and Europe.
In Japan, the game will get a physical release on January 31 and a digital release on an as-yet-undecided date. In the West, the game will get a digital release on January 31 and a physical release from Nighthawk Interactive "shortly after." In the West the game will be released in two "packs": the Empress/Warrior Pack and the Shinobi/Witch Pack.
Inti Creates first announced the 2D action RPG in 2017 with plans to release it in winter.
The game will feature the return of staff members from Inti Creates' Mega Man Zero, including director Ryota Ito, character designer Toru Nakayama, chief character graphics designer Horikatsu Maeda, scenario writer and world planner Makoto Yabe, sound producer Ippo Yamada, main programmer Akihiro Shishido, lead programmer Shinichi Sema, and producer Takuya Aizu.
The game is a 2D side-scrolling action game that supports up to four players through local or online multiplayer. Players pick one of four classes with different abilities: the Empress, the Warrior, the Shinobi, or the Witch. The game features single stages of sizes from 200 to 400 screens and over 30 main quests, as well as side quests.