Panzer Dragoon Remake feature

Panzer Dragoon: Remake is officially coming to the PC in Winter 2019

Forever Entertainment has announced that Panzer Dragoon: Remake will be officially coming to the PC in Winter 2019. Although we don’t have enough information, we do know that the game will be available on Steam.

Panzer Dragoon: Remake is a refreshed version of Panzer Dragoon. The original version of the game had its premiere on the Sega Saturn console in 1995 and was well received by both players and critics.

The new version of the game will have a completely new graphics compatible with today’s standards. It will also have several modifications, making it more attractive to modern players. Moreover, the game will remain faithful to the original in terms of story.

In Panzer Dragoon: Remake, players will pilot through seven realistic levels. These levels range from tropical blue ocean cities to intricate subterranean ruins. Players will also fight the Prototype Dragon who appears together with evil giant dragonflies, frightening man-sized wasps, giant sandworms, and lethal flying battleships.

Furthermore, players will attack enemies approaching from all sides, quickly and without mercy. Not only that, but the game will also have improved 360-degree controls and a lock-on targeting.

Forever Entertainment has not revealed any specific date or the game’s PC system requirements. As always, we’ll be sure to keep you posted so stay tuned for more!

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