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Dissidia Final Fantasy NT – Square Enix Shows Off Opening Cinematic

After months of waiting, the wait is almost over for fans of Final Fantasy. Dissidia Final Fantasy NT is coming in January 2018 to PlayStation 4 and Steam players, marking one of the first big titles of 2018. To tease us further, Square Enix has released its opening cinematic movie for all to see.

The trailer features a long, historical variety of Final Fantasy characters, fighting in an endless bout of good versus evil. The game will encompass the long list of both heroes and villains that have spanned across the entirety of the Final Fantasy franchise, a franchise that has gone through dozens of gaming titles over 30 years.


Dissidia Final Fantasy NT is a 3D fighting video game, similar to games such as Gundam Versus. As Dissidia is the Japanese verb that translates “to fight, ” players choose their characters and set off across a massive 3D battlefield to fight for supremacy.

The game’s fighting mechanics will have players utilizing the strengths of each individual character. Players will be able to use offensive and defense magic, while also utilizing the particular fighting styles of each character in 3v3 matches across 10 epic battlefields.

The game’s fighting mechanics have been constructed in a special collaboration with KOEI Tecmo games, known for titles like Berserk: Band of the Hawk, as well as Team Ninja, best known for their work on the Dead or Alive and Ninja Gaiden video games.

Dissidia Final Fantasy NT will be available on January 30th, 2018.

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