Dissidia Final Fantasy NT will receive free-to-play version in Japan

By on November 9, 2018 at 2:00 pm
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While Dissidia Final Fantasy NT has been a tough sell, developer Square Enix aims to make it easier to access in hopes to profit off of the title. As stated in the most recent issue of Monthly Shonen Gangan, Dissidia will receive a free-to-play version on November 22nd on the PlayStation 4.

The free-to-play scheme rivals that of traditional fighter Killer Instinct, where characters will be available on rotation. This version also does away with story mode and focuses on battles, but allows for online play between users of the free version and the paid version. Additionally, you can buy specific characters through packs for 800 yen.

It is currently unknown if we will also see this free-to-play scheme in the West.


Source: Gematsu


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