DreamWorks Dragons: Legends of The Nine Realms Xbox

The How to Train Your Dragon franchise has expanded way beyond the film trilogy. So much so that this release is a videogame representation of the third spin-off TV series. I don’t think you’ll need to have watched or read every piece of Dragon lore to understand what the videogame plot is. Find out what it is today as DreamWorks Dragons: Legends of The Nine Realms releases today on Xbox, PlayStation, Nintendo Switch and PC.

In DreamWorks Dragons: Legends of The Nine Realms, you start off with Thunder the dragon. He is on a quest to rescue his family by traveling to these unexplored realms. On his journey he will encounter new playable dragons: Plowhorn, Wu and Wei, and Feathers.

Each of these dragons can be swapped in and out at any point. They each have their own unique abilities and can be levelled up as you see fit. You will need to pick the right dragon for the right job, defeat giant bosses and bring peace back to the world. Are you up to the challenge?

DreamWorks Dragons: Legends of The Nine Realms is on the Xbox Store now priced at £34.99. Is it one for the kiddies or the big kiddies amongst us? Our review will have everything you need to know, coming soon.

Game description

Unleash your inner dragon and fly beyond the Hidden World, on your fiery adventure to rescue Thunder’s family and save the dragon kingdoms! Feel the wind against your scales as you soar and dive through unexplored realms. Use your speed, tail, and claws to defeat the worthy foes and gigantic dragon bosses that stand in your way. Level up Thunder and his friends to become the ultimate dragon heroes by choosing new unlockable skills and powers. Only you can bring peace back to the inter-connected realms of ice, fire, darkness, and beyond. Stoke the flames in your chest and take to the skies – the future of the Night Lights, and all dragon kind, is depending on you!

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