Final Fantasy VII: The First Soldier Closed Beta Details Revealed
The folks over at Square Enix are looking for ‘prime SOLDIER candidates’ for a new Final Fantasy game. Following the Japanese publisher’s latest live stream that debuted the final trailer for Final Fantasy VII Remake Intergrade, the company announced the dates for the initial Closed Beta for the upcoming battle royale title, Final Fantasy VII: The First Soldier. The starting Closed Beta period kicks off from June 1 through June 7, 2021.
The news comes by way of a new press release from Square Enix. Within the missive, Square Enix explains that those looking to “prove themselves” as candidates can sign up through the Google Play Store, which effectively means that iOS devices are out of the loop until a further date. In FINAL FANTASY VII THE FIRST SOLDIER, players will embark on an intense battle royale experience where they must fight to be the last SOLDIER standing,” the press release explains.
To do so, players will use magic and special abilities along with ranged and melee weapons to triumph on the battlefield. Players can choose between various styles, such as Warrior, Sorcerer or Monk, each of whom boast unique special abilities. In addition to other SOLDIER candidates, players must also contend with ferocious monsters who inhabit the outskirts of the city. By defeating them, players can gain experience needed to level up and unlock new weapons.”
Square Enix goes on to confirm that classic elements of the long running Final Fantasy series will be on full display in The First Soldier. Magic, espers, rideable chocobos, and plenty more will be available for those looking to take the plunge when the battle royale title releases later this year.
Those looking to sign up for Final Fantasy VII: The First Soldier can do so right here through the Google Play Store.
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