Square Enix Announces Dissidia Final Fantasy NT For PlayStation 4
For the fans of developer Square Enix, the studio is set to release a title called Dissidia Final Fantasy NT. It is deemed to be the third title in which the titular characters from the critically acclaimed series will be pulled out. As for this writing, it is only expected to arrive in Sony's PlayStation 4.
According to GameSpot, the popular studio has just announced its upcoming iteration from the Final Fantasy series. It is called Dissidia Final Fantasy NT, which slated to hit the aforementioned console next year. It remains a mystery if whether or not the video game company has plans on bringing it to PC and Xbox One.
The forthcoming game will feature a three-vs-three gameplay and has long been a permanent stay in Japanese arcades. However, this will be the first confirmation of the game's upcoming arrival on the console. Nonetheless, the first Dissidia was unleashed back in 2008 for the PlayStation Portable iteration.
Polygon notes that Dissidia Final Fantasy NT is being developed by Square Enix together with Team Ninja. The latter is the one responsible for bringing titles such as Ninja Gaiden and Dead or Alive series, among others. In its most organic form, the game will allow players to pick three characters in a range of all the villains and heroes involved in the series. From there, they will go up against opponents in hopes to reach the top.
Dissidia Final Fantasy NT will offer a total of 20 characters, as reported by Engadget. It will also have the same combat system, which was offered by the arcade version. There will be around 10 battle arenas for players to battle, allowing them to adapt in hopes to trample their rivals. This is definitely a great addition to the impressive list of fighting titles this year. Fans of the series, in particular, will surely look forward to this.
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