Microsoft’s Kinect based shooter Crimson Dragon is now set to feature asynchronous multiplayer gameplay. Polygon made the discovery during a hands-on demo, when it was revealed that gamers can play with the dragons of their friends who are offline in an asynchronous mode. A regular synchronous multiplayer mode will also feature allowing players will to take part in real-time multiplayer battles. Crimson Dragon was originally expected to launch on XBLA back in June 2012, but has now been moved to Xbox One after its launch was cancelled with less than a week to go in order to add controller support for its vocal fan base. It’s still unclear whether an Xbox 360 version will also be released.