Dragon Project rolls out for South East Asia

Written by Louis

August 20, 2017

Time to hunt for Dragons.

One of Japan’s popular mobile game hits, Dragon Project enters the South East Asia Android and iOS market this month as mobile game publisher goGame secures a deal with COLOPL to release the game for players in the Philippines, Brunei, Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam.

Initially released for Japan last year, Dragon Project is described to play a lot like Monster Hunter but with more PvE (player versus enemy) experience with coop multiplayer modes, and some big emphasis in farming and crafting items and gear with a gacha system focused towards Magis or player skills and Behemoths or monsters which the player or players can hunt for crafting materials.

The game’s Google PlayStore description reads:

Greetings from the Kingdom of Heiland, where monsters and mysteries of all kinds lurk.

You are a Hunter on a mission: team up with friends to slay monsters, gather precious materials to forge and upgrade your own weapons and armor, then enhance them with Magi to acquire powerful skills. And do them all with one finger, thanks to our easy-to-play, intuitive controls.

Dragon Project is now available for download for the SEA region on Google Play and the iTunes App Store, and will require an Android version of 4.1 and above and iOS version 7 and above.

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