Sega's PANZER DRAGOON Series Embraces Virtual Reality in Newly Revealed VOYAGE RECORD


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Sega's PANZER DRAGOON Series Embraces Virtual Reality in Newly Revealed VOYAGE RECORD

The long-awaited Panzer Dragoon: Remake is not the only upcoming video game featuring huge dragons and a lot of shooting from a first-person perspective, as Sega has just announced that Voyage Record is the next entry in the series.

Unlike any other Panzer Dragoon game, Voyage Record is a VR-exclusive title, so those console players without any VR headsets who would still like to embrace their inner dragon rider should keep an eye on the aforementioned remake — which is coming to Nintendo Switch, Google Stadia and PC "soon" — as Voyage Record will offer a dramatically different experience, at least compared to the previous instalments. 

Panzer Dragoon: Voyage Record is being developed at Wildman, the makers of Gunner of the Dragoon.

Although Voyage Record will try to embrace the newest technologies, its story won't be anything groundbreaking, as the title is a retelling of the original trilogy's plot. The title will launch in "2020 Japanese Fiscal Year," but Sega has not revealed any concrete details on its target platforms or release date.

The original Panzer Dragoon trilogy consists of 1995's Panzer Dragoon, 1996's Panzer Dragoon Zwei and 1998's Panzer Dragoon Saga, all created by Team Andromeda, which was officially closed by Sega is 2016.

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