Bandai Namco also shows the launch trailer DreamWorks Dragons: Legends of the 9 Worlds. With its colorful photos, it sets the mood for the familyfriendly title.
Inspired by the DreamWorks Animation Original series DreamWorks Dragons: The Nine Realms Fans of the series take charge of a new generation of dragons in an adventure to save Donner’s family and the entire dragon world.
1,300 years after the events of How to train your dragon easily fans can take on the role of the brave daynight dragon Thunder and the friends ram’s horn, Resilience and Wu & Weis who will unleash their unique, upgradable abilities to defeat giant dragon bosses to discover what has disrupted the peaceful dragon realms.
Experienced players can also enter “Challenge Mode”, in which the levels with increased difficulty can be replayed. As you fly through the game’s worlds, you’ll be guided by soundtracks by composer Chris Whiter, who created the game’s orchestral music.
“We are delighted that we DreamWorks Dragons: Legends of the 9 Worlds finally able to share it with everyone,” said Terry Malham, CEO of Outright Games. “Working with our partners at Universal has been a fantastic experience and we loved customizing the characters from the series for a unique video game experience. Fans can look forward to an actionpacked adventure with great characters and battles. We hope everyone likes it.”
“The How to train your dragon easilyseries continues to entertain while constantly pushing its boundaries as the story continues to evolve,” said Jim Molinets, SVP of Production, Universal Games and Digital Platforms. “DreamWorks Dragons: Legends of the 9 Worlds takes the fantastic stories and characters the franchise is known for and transports them into a new world of fiery action and nonstop adventure that will captivate audiences around the world.”
DreamWorks Dragons: Legends of the 9 Worlds has been available for all current systems since September 23.
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