Square Enix Reveals New Screenshots And Data Transfer Info For Dissidia Final Fantasy NT (GALLERY)
Square Enix recently celebrated its 2 -year anniversary for the original arcade version of upcoming PS4 fighting game Dissidia Final Fantasy NT. During a livestream commemorating the anniversary, the publisher released some new information for the title, as well as Final Fantasy XV hero Noctis’ moveset and alternate outfits. In addition to the Noctis trailer, Square Enix also revealed during the livestream that a data transfer feature is being implemented into the game, which will allow for a data transfer between the Japanese arcade game Dissidia Final Fantasy and the upcoming western PlayStation 4 title Dissidia Final Fantasy NT. That way, those that enjoyed playing the original version of the game will be able to carry over some of their data into the upcoming late January release of Dissidia Final Fantasy NT.
According to details revealed during the livestream, the transferable data between both Dissidia titles includes fighting rank, character level (with a soft cap of 10), HP attack, title, chat icons, player icon and unlocked battle BGM. This is certainly an interesting premise, especially given the previously announced difference between the two titles. In addition to the data transfer news, Square Enix also released a new batch of screenshots for Dissidia Final Fantasy NT, featuring both heroes and villains of the Final Fantasy series, a few battle screenshots, and, of course, a Moogle. The gallery can be found below:
Dissidia Final Fantasy NT is making its way onto the PlayStation 4 on January 30th, 2018. The title will feature 3v3 gameplay not seen in the original Dissidia games for the PSP.
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