Square Enix Teases Upcoming Characters For Dissidia Final Fantasy NT Season Pass

Square Enix Teases Upcoming Characters For Dissidia Final Fantasy NT Season Pass

Watch the Dissidia Final Fantasy NT Ultimate Collector's Edition Get Unboxed

In three weeks, you'll be able to revisit Final Fantasy XII yet again when Square Enix brings last year's The Zodiac Age remaster to Steam. The game will run at 60 FPS and is compatible with 21:9 ultra-wide monitors.

While we already knew the game would have its own season pass, we weren't quite sure what it would include beyond six playable characters, two different costume color variations, and two more weapons for all six new characters.

I, too, love to fast-forward. Considering the expansions for Gladio, Ignis, and Prompto have already been released, it is likely that Square Enix will re-package the game complete with all the DLCs.




The game was quite polarizing when it originally released back in 2016, because a lot of people felt as if the story was kind of slow starting out, and then three quarters of the way through it took a really, really, dark turn.

Maximized License Points and Gil - New functionality added to grant players max License Points and Gil from the configuration screen. Hiroaki Kato, the producer, and Takashi Katano, the director, will answer fans' Twitter questions and talk about the game and PC features.

Additionally, a Collector's Edition will also be available for the PC version for $149.99 and only sold on the Square Enix Online Store. The Collector's Edition costs $150 and comes with the same contents as the PS4 Collector's Edition, including a Judge Magisters mini bust set, soundtrack selection CD, and character art cards.

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