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Dragon Marked for Death Gets a Retail Release in March

/ Jan 24th, 2019 No Comments

Dragon Marked for Death

Nighthawk Interactive announced it give Inti CreatesDragon Marked for Death a physical release this spring. The physical release for the game launches on March 26 at North American and European retailers.

When Dragon Marked for Death releases digitally on January 31 it will come in 2 different bundles splitting up the game’s 4 playable characters. The retail edition will include all 4 characters, the Additional Quest DLC, and a special Striker Gear Pack for first runs of the physical release.

When playing through the 30 main quests and numerous side quests, players can choose from 4 different Dragonblood Clan members. Whether choosing from the Empress, Warrior, Shinobi or Witch, each character has their own unique moves and playstyle.

Dragon Marked for Death
Dragon Marked for Death comes to retail on March 26.

For those looking to ease into the experience: the Empress and the Warrior are more accessible with a more beginner style. Advanced players may want to start out with the Shinobi or the Witch.

The game features gorgeous fantasy graphics and massive screen-filling boss battles. Players can enjoy the experience solo or by teaming up with up to 4 friends locally or online.

Dragon Marked for Death gets its retail release on March 26 for Nintendo Switch and costs $49.99 and the equivalent in Europe.

It is available for pre-order now at GameStop and Amazon and will be available for pre-order at other retailers soon.

Release Trailer

Our Take

We played Dragon Marked for Death at PAX West last year. It was more action side-scrolling goodness from the renowned developer. Switch fans love retail releases, so it is awesome that Nighthawk is teaming up with Inti Creates again to give its new game a physical release.


Kalvin Martinez

Kalvin Martinez

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