The Last Dissidia Final Fantasy NT DLC Character Launches

Friday, February 22nd, 2019

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oprainfall | Dissidia Final Fantasy NT

 

Square Enix announced earlier today that the final character in the Dissidia Final Fantasy NT season pass is available now to owners of the season pass on the PlayStation 4. Snow Villiers first appeared in the Final Fantasy XIII trilogy, where he fought alongside Lightning, before later becoming the patron of Yusnaan. He served for 500 years and was trusted as a guardian of the city of Revelry.

oprainfall | Snow Villiers

 

In Dissidia Final Fantasy NT, he can transform into a powerful Cie’th when his health is low. This makes his bravery attacks more impactful, and also boosts his HP attacks and skills. If his health continues to drop, he will progress further into the Cie’th transformation, and his EX skill, Chaos Geyser, will become ever more powerful in the process. Here is the Snow Villiers character trailer:

 

Dissidia Final Fantasy NT is a 3 on 3 team-based brawler. It was created in partnership with Team NINJA, a veteran fighting game studio of Koei Tecmo Games. Players must enter the arena and test their skill as they work together to take down their rivals, or fall in battle. The game includes characters from all over the Final Fantasy series. It has a new original story, both offline and online gameplay modes, powerful summons, and more.

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