Get A Unique Dissidia Final Fantasy NT DLC Code By Eating Ramen
There was a significant amount of surprise when it was announced that Square Enix was teaming up with Cup Noodles company Nissin for some serious cross-promoting for Final Fantasy XV. The team-up resulted in a rather enjoyable side quest that revealed Gladiolus’ love for Cup Noodles (with behemoth meat stirred in), along with some funky real life Ultimate Weapon Forks, because reasons. Now, since crown prince Noctis is making his way to the battlegrounds of Dissidia Final Fantasy NT, so too are Cup Noodles, though in a fashion a bit less intrusive than appearing on every street corner and campsite in Eos. Square Enix and Nissin have announced a new promotion in which hungry Cup Noodles fans can obtain a unique piece of Dissidia Final Fantasy NT DLC by purchasing specially marked packages of the tasty noodles.
There are a couple minor steps involved in obtaining the special Dissidia Final Fantasy NT DLC code from the Cup Noodles. Instead of simply peeling off a code from the packaging, players must first purchase one of the specially marked packages of Cup Noodles, take a picture of the receipt, and then text “CUPNOODLES” to 87963. After that, take a picture of the short code found on the inside of the Cup Noodles package and send it to 87963. If everything is done correctly, a download code for a unique outfit for Noctis will be sent to you, which you can redeem on the PlayStation Store.
The obtainable outfit from the Square Enix/Nissin promotion is none other than Noctis’ Royal Raiment outfit, which is also available to wear in Final Fantasy XV. A generic picture of the outfit can be seen above. The official rules for the promotion can be found here, along with a small picture of how Noctis will look when equipped with his Royal Raiment. Dissidia Final Fantasy NT arrives exclusively for the PlayStation 4 on January 30th, 2018. Cup Noodles are currently available, well, pretty much everywhere.
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