Square Enix released a new video today, showing the opening cinematics for Final Fantasy’s latest addition, Dissidia Final Fantasy NT. Along with the opening scene, Square Enix also revealed an additional cutscene. The studio also condensed what they announced at E3 this year to the “must knows.
Dissidia Final Fantasy NT is set for launch on January 30th, 2018, which less than a couple of months away. For anyone who is not aware of what this game is exactly, it’s a team-based fighting game. It’s a 3v3 online multiplayer where you can party up with friends, or battle other gamers.
Below is a roundup of what you can expect in Dissidia Final Fantasy NT:
- There is a total of 28 heroes and villains
- Square Enix announced Noctis, Cloud of Darkness (FFIII), and Golbez (FFIV) will be joining as playable characters
- You can check out the full roster, here
- There are 14 stages, taken from Final Fantasy Ι through Final Fantasy XΙV
- As mentioned before, it is a 3v3 online multiplayer experience
- You need to be wary of the new bravery combat system, which is different when compared to more traditional fighting games
- If you wish to see more on how to master this combat system, Square Enix has created a battle guide to assist you
User Interface (UI)
- You can chose between using the traditional arcade UI, or a new simplified UI which keeps all the core elements
- In the images below, the traditional UI is on the left, while the right shows the new simplified version:
- A new story will be introduced created by the legendary Kazushige Nojima
- If you don’t know who he is, he’s worked on amazing games like Final Fantasy VII Remake, Final Fantasy XV, Final Fantasy X, and Kingdom Hearts 1 and 2
- There are four editions to choose from, with plenty of goodies for purchasing the Deluxe version
- The four editions include Digital Day 1 Edition, Digital Deluxe Edition, SteelBook Case Brawler Edition, and Ultimate Collector’s Edition. There is a guide below so you can see what comes with all the sets:
You can pre-order any of these editions, here.
Source: PlayStation Blog