Dissidia Final Fantasy NT Lands on PlayStation for in NA in January

Friday, August 18th, 2017

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Dissidia Final Fantasy NT | Logo

 

According to a new press release from Square Enix, Dissidia Final Fantasy NT pits heroes and villains from the Final Fantasy universe against each other in 3-on-3 team battles. The game is set to arrive on PlayStation 4 in North America on January 30th, 2018. Here’s the latest tutorial video they’ve released for the game:

 

If you are planning to preorder the game, you have multiple options open to you. The most rewarding, but very expensive option is the Ultimate Collector’s Edition, which will set you back nearly $200 with its price tag of $189.99. You can only pre-order this edition from the Square Enix Online Store. It comes with all of the following goodies:

  • Warrior of Light bust figure (8.25” tall)
  • Official soundtrack with 15 tracks selected from the DISSIDIA series and newly recorded music
  • 80-page hardback artbook
  • Season Pass that gives access to six new playable characters and content post launch
  • SteelBook™ case unique to the “UCE”
  • Collector’s Box featuring legendary FINAL FANTASY characters

Dissidia Final Fantasy NT - Ultimate Collector's Edition

 

For players who don’t want the Ultimate Collector’s Edition, or simply aren’t willing to shell out quite that much, there are a few other options. The other physical option is the Steelbook Brawler Edition. You can pick up this edition at participating retailers when the game launches in January.

With this edition, the game comes in a steelbook case adorned with one of three sets of iconic heroes and villains from the Final Fantasy universe. Which design will be on your steelbook case is random, so you won’t know which one you got until you pick up the game from the retailer at launch. Here is a picture of all three designs:

Dissidia Final Fantasy NT - Steelbook Edition Designs

 

If you’re looking to pick up Dissidia Final Fantasy NT in digital format, then you have two options. The basic option is the Digital Edition, which will sell for a price of $59.99. The fancier Digital Deluxe Edition will sell for $84.99. You can get both in the PlayStation Store and they both come with a mini soundtrack featuring five songs, as well as the ‘Nameless Warrior’ character skin for Warrior of Light. The Digital Deluxe Edition adds in the season pass for DLC, as well.

You can find out more about Dissidia Final Fantasy NT at its official website. You can also follow it on Facebook and Twitter.

 

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  • Lord Ackercocke

    I’m very fickle about any collector’s editions i purchased these days but this one looks good. I’ve had an issue with the Squre/Enix store, my last order so we’ll see what happens.