Dissidia Final Fantasy NT Game Streams Jump Festa Trailer, Character Videos

posted on by Karen Ressler
PS4 game launches in Japan on January 11, in N. America on January 30

Square Enix began streaming character videos for Dissidia Final Fantasy NT, the PlayStation 4 version of the Dissidia Final Fantasy arcade game, this week. Each video focuses on a character from a different Final Fantasy game, and shows cut scene and gameplay footage.

Warrior of Light:
Firion (Final Fantasy II):
Onion Knight (Final Fantasy III):
Cecil Harvey (Final Fantasy IV):
Bartz Klauser (Final Fantasy V):
Terra Branford (Final Fantasy VI):
Cloud Strife (Final Fantasy VII):
Squall Leonhart (Final Fantasy VIII):
Zidane Tribal (Final Fantasy IX):
Tidus (Final Fantasy X):
Shantotto (Final Fantasy XI):

Square Enix also streamed a Japanese and English Jump Festa trailer on Friday.

Japanese Version

English Version

The game will ship in Japan on January 11 and in North America on January 30. Square Enix will release four editions in North America. The launch edition will come with the game, mini soundtrack, and Nameless Warrior DLC. The digital deluxe edition will include these bonuses and a season pass for other DLC including six additional playable characters and weapons for each. The SteelBook Case Brawler Edition includes three Final Fantasy trading cards and one of three SteelBook designs (randomly selected). Finally, the Ultimate Collector's Edition includes the trading cards, a different exclusive SteelBook, the DLC season pass, collector's box, soundtrack, 84-page art book, and 8.25-inch Warrior of Light bust.

The game features a 3 vs. 3 battle system, 28 heroes and villains, and 14 stages. The game also includes a summons gauge that players can use to summon Ifrit and other popular Final Fantasy summons when the gauge is full. KOEI Tecmo Games' Team Ninja (Dead or Alive series) developed the arcade game, which uses technology from a PlayStation 4 core system instead of a dedicated arcade circuit board.

Dissidia Final Fantasy launched in Japanese arcades in November 2015. Square Enix also released Dissidia Final Fantasy, a PlayStation Portable fighting game featuring Final Fantasy heroes and villains, in 2008 in Japan, and in 2009 in other parts of the world. The company then released the Dissidia 012 Final Fantasy sequel in 2011 for the PSP with new characters, stages, and story.

Square Enix launched the Dissidia Final Fantasy Opera Omnia game on smartphones on February 1 after a delay.

Thanks to Helen H. for the news tip.

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