7th Dragon III Code: VFD Officially Released, Plus Free DLC

Tuesday, July 12th, 2016

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7th Dragon III Code: VFD

Atlus has recently announced the release of 7th Dragon III Code: VFD, an exclusive RPG for the Nintendo 3DS for North America. They have also outlined the three waves of DLC for the game:

The game will have three waves of DLC, starting today! The first wave, which includes the items below, is FREE for the entire week. Plus, each successive wave of DLC will be FREE for the week following. Don’t miss out!
Launch Week DLC — 7/12
Quest: Seed Outbreak!
Price: Free for one week, then $1.49/CA$1.99
Description: Encounter Dragonsbane Seeds for extra XP and money.
Quest: Gold Rabi Outbreak!
Price: Free for one week, then $1.49/CA$1.99
Description: Encounter Gold Rabis for extra XP and money.

There is currently an error that displays the first DLC as needing to pay, but Atlus has assured that, that is not the case and will address it. 7th Dragon III Code: VFD released both physically and digitally on the Nintendo eShop.

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