A few days ago it was confirmed that a new character would be revealed during an upcoming Live Broadcast scheduled later on today, however we have gotten new information on the DLC character in question a little earlier than expected.
Zenos yae Galvus of Final Fantasy XIV fame is the new character announced. Originating from the Stormblood expansion pack for the game, he will be a new villain added to the roster. Hopefully more information on him will appear in the Live Broadcast later on today, along with more details on Dissidia Final Fantasy NT’s future content plans.
Zenos will be releasing April 11th worldwide on the Playstation 4 and PC via Steam edition of the games, and will be able to be purchased on it’s own. It will not be included with the current Season Pass which ended with Snow’s recent release.
Below you can check out a reveal trailer for Zenos, showing him off in action:
Dissidia Final Fantasy NT is out now worldwide for Playstation 4 and PC via Steam.
What are your thoughts on this new character reveal? Who else do you hope to see make it to the roster? Let us know in those comments!
This week the latest issue of Monthly Shonen Gangan has revealed that Team Ninja’s Dissidia Final Fantasy NT for Playstation 4 will be getting a Free to Play edition released. Currently only planned for Japan, it is to launch on November 22nd, where you’ll get the base game for free (minus story mode) and can purchase additional content including characters through in-game transactions.
You can find the full overview below and the scan:
Dissidia Final Fantasy NT Free-to-Play overview
–The characters that can be used in the free-to-play will switch out at fixed intervals.
–This is a free-to-play title that specializes in battles. Story Mode is not playable, and the specifications of some game modes are also different from the full version.
–The free-to-play version can battle with other users of the free-to-play version, as well as users of the full version.
–Save data from the free-to-play version can be carried over to the full version.
–Some data from the arcade version can be carried over to the free-to-play version. (Only usable for content with lifted restrictions.)
There is no word if this will be making it’s way to the West, but that of course is up to Square-Enix, but it is quite likely. Also along this news a special announcement for a 9 hour (you read that right) 3rd Anniversary broadcast for Dissidia Final Fantasy NT will be happening on November 10th, being hosted on both YouTube and NicoNico. They will go live 12PM JST (3AM GMT / Nov 9 10PM EST), and will feature a tournament along with other news and announcements (likely a reveal of the upcoming next DLC character). You’ll be able to watch it here via YouTube, though be warned it is a Japanese hosted event.
Dissidia Final Fantasy NT is available now worldwide exclusively for the PS4.
What are your thoughts on Dissidia Final Fantasy NT getting a Free-to-Play edition? Are you still kicking butt in this game? Let us know in those comments!
It’s that time again where Square-Enix reveals their next DLC character for Team Ninja’s 3v3 brawler Dissidia: Final Fantasy NT. This time, releasing in late October is Kam’lanaut – what a mouthful that is – from Final Fantasy XI.
He wields a Sword that will deal elemental damage that will increase in power the more successive hits you make. He can also use the power Esoteric Region which forms a area of effect ring that’ll debilitate any who get caught within it.
Interestingly enough, this character was part of a leak a while back, which leads to speculation that the remaining two characters may also be right as per the leak (FFX-2 Yuna and Snow Villiers of FFXIII fame) for December and February respectively. But we will find out soon enough!
You can find Kam’lanaut’s reveal trailer attached below.
Dissidia: Final Fantasy NT is out now exclusively for PS4, and you can acquire this DLC character in Late October via the game’s Season Pass or purchased individually on release.
Are you happy to see this character addition to the upcoming DLC releases? Let us know in those comments!
Today is the launch of the third character for Dissidia Final Fantasy NT, Team Ninja and Square-Enix’s 3v3 brawler, featuring many classic characters across several different Final Fantasy titles.
Rinoa Heartilly from Final Fantasy VIII is the latest to make her sorcery known on the field of battle. Her fighting tactics focus more on ranged combat over being up close and personal, she delivers many painful spell attacks towards those she faces off against. Among these numerous spells also include her “Angel Wing” spell.
Also in addition to Rinoa herself, her pet dog Angelo will be right there by her side helping her out on the field.
Rinoa Heartilly is the third of six total DLC characters to make their way to Dissidia Final Fantasy NT. With Locke (of FFVI fame) and Vayne (of FFXII fame) preceding her. You can get her for free included with the Season Pass or purchase her separately on the Playstation Store.
Dissidia Final Fantasy NT is out now exclusively for the Playstation 4, and you can see Rinoa Heartilly in action below!
What are your thoughts on this characters addition? Who else do you want to see added to the roster? Let us know in those comments!
The second of several upcoming DLC characters for Square-Enix and Team Ninja’s 3v3 fighter Dissidia: Final Fantasy NT is out now to purchase! It is Locke Cole, the crafty thief from Final Fantasy VI.
Locke’s gameplay focus is using stealth and being able to steal from his opponents. While also wielding a slick dagger to assist in his deeds. He is certainly a nice addition to an already padded out fighting game roster.
If you purchased the Season Pass you’ll be able to download him for free, or if not you can purchase him individually just like you could with the Vayne Carudas Solidor DLC back in late April. We should have information on the next DLC character hopefully in the near future, so stay tuned for more!
Dissidia: Final Fantasy NT is out now exclusively for Playstation 4. You can find Locke Cole’s launch trailer attached below!
Are you still enjoying this 3v3 fighting game? Who has been your character of choice so far? Let us know in the comments!
As what seems to be common these days, most games that release are also accompanied by a Season Pass promising varying bits of post-release content spread across the following months of the game’s launch. Dissidia: Final Fantasy NT doesn’t change this form. With it’s launch end of January a Season Pass was launched alongside the 3v3 brawler by Team Ninja, and this is what you get to look forward to with it’s purchase!
The Dissidia: Final Fantasy NT Season Pass includes the following:
-Access to six characters not in the base game, along with their default weapons and costumes.
-Two colour variations of each of those characters’ default costumes.
-Two additional weapons for the above characters.
-Digital mini-soundtrack that consists of five songs from DFFNT and the arcade version of DFF.
It is possible to obtain certain items from the season pass in the base game, but you will receive gil for any items you already possess.
So in short, a bunch more characters will be coming during the coming months. This is pretty standard fare for all Fighting games, and it’ll be great to see some more fan favourite characters from the Final Fantasy franchise make their way to the game.
Since the announcement of the Season Pass and it’s contents, Square-Enix executives have teased who these new characters may be, so put on your speculation hats and use this knowledge to try and hope your chosen favourites are added. This is what you have to expect:
-Male, New (from newer half of numbered Final Fantasy titles)
-Male, New (from older half of numbered Final Fantasy titles)
-Female, New (from newer half of numbered Final Fantasy titles)
-Male, New (from newer half of numbered Final Fantasy titles)
-Female, Previously appeared in the Dissidia Final Fantasy series (from newer half of numbered Final Fantasy titles)
-Male, New (from newer half of numbered Final Fantasy titles)
That is all the information we have. No definitive character details or how they will play, but at least we get an idea what our money is going towards.
The Dissidia: Final Fantasy NT Season Pass costs £24.99/€29.99/$29.99. The characters that release will also be open to purchase separately when they launch later this year.
What are your thoughts on this Season Pass? Do you think the content justifies the price? Who do you want to see added to the character roster? Let us know in the comments!
It may have gone unnoticed by many, and admittedly we are late to the party as well, but KOEI Tecmo and Square-Enix’s partnership with the Dissidia: Final Fantasy franchise didn’t end with the recently released Dissida: Final Fantasy NT for PS4. We also received on the same day a Mobile release in the same series, called Dissidia: Final Fantasy Opera Omnia. Released for both iOS and Android devices from 30th January 2018.
A free to play RPG with much more traditional routes than it’s fighter brethren on console. Where turn based combat returns, but still with some of the new features adorned in the PS4 game, such as the HP and BP systems.
Play as a miriad of famous characters from numerous Final Fantasy titles, including many not featured in the PS4 brawler. With it’s free to play nature anyone with a phone or pad based device can download and enjoy this game. So why not check it out and decide for yourselves if it is a worthy game of your time?
You can download the game from the Apple Store here and the Google Play version here!
What are your thoughts of the game? Would you like to see more Mobile games from KOEI Tecmo and their development teams? Let us know in the comments!
Our Chibitan was at the Dissidia Final Fantasy NT Fight Night in Cologne last saturday, for Koei Warriors: Conquerors.
Here’s what happened there:
Upon my arrival at the Meltdown E-Sports bar in cologne, there already was a crowd, waiting eagerly to enter in order to play the new Dissidia NT. The bar opened its door at 3pm GMT +1 and everyone kind of pushed in. We had to show our ticket, which were basically reservations for 2 hours completely for free, and we got a nice wrist band similar to the gamescom ones except they’re not showing your age and 2 vouchers for a drink of choice. It literally could have been anything. From a little coke to a big cocktail. We got a form for a giveaway of the Collectors Edition of Dissidia NT, which we had to fill out if we wanted to participate. If you do not win the Collectors Edition you also have a chance of winning Razor merchandise, like a headset.
In the front, you got a lot of stations for playing Dissidia NT against the CPU. You either could play all alone or with up to 3 people against the CPU. If you wanted to play competitive, you went into the back. 2 rows for 6 players were in the back, which played against each other in 3 matches. And at the wall there were 2 more stations for singleplayer. It’s needless to say that most people were gathering here.
In between those rows, was the evil unlucky wheel. 2 matches were played in default, the third was played with the unlucky wheel, which one player of either group span. The wheel showed which handicap the group gets.
The handicaps are as followed:
2 Joker – No handicap
Ambush – Play with the controller behind your back
Legroom – Play while standing on one leg
Standpoint – Play without using the jump button
running wonder – Play while running on the spot
free from giddiness – While the game loads you have to spin around
Fistfight – Play while wearing fluffy gloves (they used oven gloves)
blind flight – Fight 30 seconds while being blindfolded
mandatory break – You have to wait 10 sec before participating in the fight
The team that won with a handicap on got some nice goodies, a sweatband or a key chain. Those who participated in the fighting at gamescom know exactly what they look like. Because it’s basically the same.
So after your 2 hours slot ended, you were welcome to stay in the bar and you still were able to play but you had a lot of waiting queues. When we left, we were greeted with a pleasant surprise by the staff at the door. We got T-Shirts with Dissidia on it. The same ones, the staff was wearing.
All in all, it was a great event, everything was for free, except for the travel to cologne which wasn’t included in the reservation, and the location was well chosen by Square Enix. The event lasted until 11pm GMT +1 by the way.
Hopefully they do more events like these.
Anyways, that’s all I got for you guys, see you soon.
Dissidia Final Fantasy NT releases 30th January on the Playstation 4!