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Panzer Dragoon: Remake Coming to PlayStation 4 and PC


After making its debut on the Nintendo Switch last year, MegaPixel Studio and Forever Entertainment’s Panzer Dragoon: Remake will make its way to the PlayStation 4 and PC soon.

In a Tweet sent by the official Panzer Dragoon: Remake account, the studio mentioned that the game will first come to Steam, GOG, and PlayStation 4 soon. The Tweet also encourages fans to follow the account for any additional news.

You can find the Tweet below:

Originally developed by Team Andromeda and SEGA in the 90s, Panzer Dragoon: Remake is a rail shooter that follows the story of a hero that sets out to fight an evil empire in a post-apocalyptic world. To fight in this war, this hero has a dragon (known as the Solo Wing) that has a lock-on laser weapon and a rapid fire gun weapon.

This remake has players piloting their dragon through seven levels, with locales ranging from tropical ocean cities to subterranean ruins. Along the way, players will contend with giant dragonflies, man-sized wasps, sandworms, and flying battleships. New to this release are improved 360-degree controls, along with lock-on targeting.

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