Crimson Dragon has been in the works for some time. At one point, the game was set for release on Xbox 360's Arcade service, with controls specifically tailored for the Kinect. Since that time, though, it found a new home on Xbox One, with the option to play via controller, along with the option for Kinect.
Today, Microsoft announced that the exciting successor to Sega's Panzer Dragoon series – the original director of that game is on board for Crimson – will launch as a day one release for the Xbox One on November 22nd for the price of $19.99.
With the game taking center stage at Tokyo Game Show this week, the company also unveiled a new trailer, which you can see below. It features a dangerous new world called Draco.
Look for a strategic preview for Crimson Dragon in the weeks ahead.