During last month’s anniversary event for Dissidia: Final Fantasy NT it was announced that the final DLC character for the Season Pass was Snow Villiers, and he would be coming out in February. Now he is available to purchase separately or get him free with the Season Pass.
Along with Snow, he comes with an assortment of items that you can equip him with which you can see below:
–Patron of Yusnaan I (Appearance)
–Patron of Yusnaan II (Appearance)
–Patron of Yusnaan III (Appearance)
–Crystal Guard (Weapon)
–Ghastly Guard (Weapon)
–Sacrificial Guard (Weapon)
–Special Chat Messages
More post-release content is planned for the game, so stay tuned for more information on that. What we know so far for definite is a new character is planned to be revealed at the end of March.
Dissidia Final Fantasy NT is out exclusively for Playstation 4.
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Dragon Quest Builders 2 was yet another title mentioned during the Nintendo Direct last week, showing some footage for the western release of the title and a locked in release date. Though the Direct only showed off the Switch version, Square-Enix soon after confirmed the same release date for the PS4 version of the title.
Square-Enix also published some details for the game, which you can read below:
As the follow up title to the critically acclaimed 2016 game, Dragon Quest Builders, Dragon Quest Builders 2 packs in even more content and unlimited building combinations in an all-new original story with new characters, world, and gameplay to satisfy longtime fans and newcomers alike.
Dragon Quest Builders 2 introduces online multiplayer for the first time, allowing up to four friends to play together and create something truly magnificent. It also features a plethora of new gameplay enhancements, including the ability for players to:
–Construct bigger structures with more variety and options than before,
–Travel faster by soaring, swimming and dashing through the expansive world,
–Inspire villagers to help out alongside them,
–Create their own farms and raise a multitude of crops,
–Divert flowing water to create your own rivers, waterfalls, and swimming holes,
–First-person mode and more.
You can also check out the Nintendo Direct footage below:
Dragon Quest Builders 2 will be launching July 12th in both US and EU for PS4 and Nintendo Switch.
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In a livestream earlier in the week, Square-Enix and Team Ninja announced their last DLC character for Dissidia Final Fantasy NT on PS4 and it’s Arcade incarnation. The new character is Snow Villiers of Final Fantasy XIII fame, though more specifically seems to be his Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII form, as he is also pegged as a villain.
Alongside Snow’s addition, more BGM tracks have been added to the game which will also arrive the same time as Snow.
As for release dates, Snow is out today in the Arcade version of the title and will be releasing sometime during February for PS4. He is the last of the planned DLC characters for the Dissidia Final Fantasy NT season pass, so if you have it be sure to download him when he releases. You can also buy him separately on his own if you so desire.
You can check Snow out in action in his reveal trailer below:
Square-Enix has also announced it’s future plans for continued support of the game. All summons will be refreshed at the end of February, and in late March a new mystery character will be added to the roster. In the same month 3rd Forms, 5th Weapons and character performance tweaks are planned to go in motion.
Dissidia Final Fantasy NT is out now exclusively on Playstation 4.
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As we have reported before, KOEI Tecmo is working alongside Square-Enix on their upcoming Dragon Quest Builders 2 game, focusing on their “action segment” gameplay. The game itself launches this week (20th December to be precise) in Japan, and is planned to release in the West sometime during 2019.
The game will be coming to both PS4 and Nintendo Switch, and both will be receiving post-launch content in the form of DLC throughout 2019. So far two pieces of content have been detailed, which you can find the full details below:
Add-On DLC #1 (April 2019)
20-plus item recipes
Add-On DLC #2 (May 2019)
10-plus item recipes
What the item recipes and system additions are specifically we will have to wait and see for Square-Enix to reveal more information about them.
Now onto the meat of this story, an almost 5 minute trailer featuring a lot of what the game offers, which you can view below:
Dragon Quest Builders 2 is scheduled to arrive sometime in 2019 for Playstation 4 and Nintendo Switch.
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Yuna from Final Fantasy X is now available to download as the fifth DLC character for Team Ninja’s Dissidia: Final Fantasy NT. Free for all Season Pass holders or available to purchase separately on her own.
You can check out Square-Enix’s official overview of her character below:
Originally appearing in Final Fantasy X, Yuna is a devoted and powerful summoner who embarks on a pilgrimage with Tidus and her other guardians. In Dissidia Final Fantasy NT, Yuna utilizes an impressive array of magical abilities, including a unique ability allowing her to summon her trustworthy companion, Valefor, to aid her in battle. Depending on Yuna’s status, Valefor will attack or defend.
As well as Yuna being added, the new stage “Final Battlefield” has been added for free to all players of the game. Plus an assorted set of new music from older Final Fantasy titles have been added for you to enjoy.
You can check Yuna out in her launch trailer below:
Dissidia: Final Fantasy NT is out now exclusively for Playstation 4. Also one last thing to note, Square-Enix is hosting another Live broadcast to celebrate the Dissidia series 10th anniversary on December 18th, we will likely find out the last DLC character during this event whom is scheduled to release sometime February 2019.
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Over the weekend Square-Enix and Team Ninja held a 3rd year anniversary broadcast, featuring a tournament showing off just how skilled many of the players in Japan are. At the end of the broadcast they announced some new upcoming details about the game.
Yuna (of Final Fantasy X fame) has been selected to be the next participant for DLC characters and will be arriving sometime during December. Alongside her release, the game will be receiving a free update that’ll add a new stage called “Final Battlefield”.
Below you can check out the trailers for both Yuna and the Stage in action:
After Yuna that leaves one character left to be announced for the current Season Pass, with the hint that it is a Male character from the newer half of Final Fantasy titles. Whoever he is will be set for a February 2019 release.
Dissidia Final Fantasy NT is out now worldwide exclusively for Playstation 4.
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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.
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As has been known for a while now, KOEI Tecmo is working alongside Square-Enix for the upcoming Dragon Quest Builders 2 game (the battle mechanics specifically), and some interesting Multiplayer based news has come out from a recent issue of Weekly Shōnen Jump.
Shōnen Jump has revealed that up to four players can join and play together in Dragon Quest Builders 2, with the ability to use ingame gestures to communicate with each other, customisation options to create your unique character and even be able to drive around in a bug-like vehicle together. This is a first for the Dragon Quest Builders series with the first game being predominantly single player, so it should be a lot more fun with some pals in toe.
Below you can find a brief look and explanation of the four player multiplayer (click to enlarge the scan):
By progressing through the story, you will be able to play multiplayer on the base Vacant Island. By building with everyone and showing off your island, the range of play will expand. If you just want to show off the island you created, you can also set it so that other players cannot break or place objects.
Dragon Quest Builders 2 releases December 20th in Japan for PS4 and Nintendo Switch, and will be arriving sometime in 2019 for the Americas and Europe.
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