Square Enix Releases Batch of DLC for Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII


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Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII

Square Enix has just released a new batch of DLC items for Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII, which came out last month for the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 in North America and Europe. You can check out details and pricing for both DLC packs below:

FINAL FANTASY Legends DLC ($9.99 collection, or $3.99 each)

  • FINAL FANTASY X-2 Yuna
  • FINAL FANTASY VII Cloud
  • FINAL FANTASY VII Aerith

SAMURAI DLC

Sohei Savior ($2.99)

  • Garb: Sohei Savior
  • Weapon: Treasure Hold
  • Shield: Fealty

Shogun ($2.99)

  • Garb: Shogun
  • Weapon: Thirteen Nights
  • Shield: Thunderstruck

The Samurai Collection ($9.99 collection, or $2.99 each)

  • Shining Prince
  • Dark Samurai
  • Sohei Savior
  • Utsusemi
  • Art of War
  • Flower of Battle
  • Shogun

As for Europe, Square Enix has announced the same DLC packs for the region, which you can check out here (http://eu NULL.square-enix NULL.com/en/blog/final-fantasy-legends-collection-lightning-returns).

The add-on pack includes the schemata of Cloud from FFVII, Aerith from FFVII, and Yuna from FFX-2. Previously available as pre-order bonuses, you can now download these nostalgic, yet powerful, schemas from the PlayStation Store together for £7.99/€9.99, or individually for £3.19/€3.99 each.

In addition to the Legendary Collection, seven Samurai-themed garbs are also available to buy separately or as part of The Samurai Collection, priced £7.99/€9.99 (or £2.39/€2.99 each). Available now on the Xbox Games Store and from tomorrow on the PlayStation Store, included in the pack are the garbs: Shining Prince, Dark Samurai, Sohei Savior, Utsusemi, Art of War, Flower of Battle, and Shogun – all previously only available as pre-order bonus content. Here’s some lovely screenshots that show the garbs in action!


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