Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII Offers Over 80 Different Costume Options

Friday, September 13th, 2013

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Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII

If you thought that the Cloud Strife costume for Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII was the end of the game’s outfit customization options, then you have another thing coming. Square Enix Europe has released a trailer showcasing just a handful of the game’s varied costume options for Lightning. Designs range from the aforementioned cosplay to formal wear, with plenty of variety in between. You can check out the trailer down below for a full preview.

Overall, there will be more than 80 different costumes available for players to customize with. With the exception of the Cloud Strife outfit set, none of the costumes showcased in the trailer will be DLC, meaning the game comes prepacked with an entire closet full of clothing options for fashion-savvy players out there.

Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII will be released February 12th in North America and February 14th in Europe for Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 systems.

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