PS4 Exclusive Dissidia Final Fantasy NT’s Beta Dated for the West; Jecht Confirmed for Launch

Square Enix announces the beta dates of Dissidia Final Fantasy NT for PS4, also confirming that Jecht will be available at launch as a playable character.

on August 8, 2017 10:10 AM

Following yesterday’s announcement from the Japanese branch of Square Enix, today the western arm of the company confirmed via press release the dates for the English closed beta of Dissidia Final Fantasy NT on PS4, which will match the Japanese one.

Users who applied and are selected will be able to take part in the beta from August 26th at 6 AM CEST (which translates to 9 PM Paciofic on the 25th), to September 4th at the same hour.

If you have not registered yet, you can do so here for North America, and here for Europe. Registrations will be open only until August 15th, so you have just a few days left.

On top of that, the announcement also mentioned that Tidus’ father Jecht from Final Fantasy X, who was announced just yesterday for the arcade version of the game, will be available within the launch roster of Dissidia Final Fantasy NT. Alongside the announcement, we also get a new image of Jecht, which you can enjoy at the top of the post.

If you want to see more, you can check out a few new screenshotsthe trailer revealing the Lunar Subterterranes from Final Fantasy IV (for the arcade version), a tutorial from the E3 demo of the console version, even more gameplay footage, and the original announcement trailer, that came with a batch of screenshots.

Dissidia Final Fantasy NT will launch early next year exclusively for PS4.

 

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