Dissidia Final Fantasy NT is Coming to Steam, Free Edition Coming to PS4 and Steam This March
Square Enix announced that Dissidia Final Fantasy NT is coming to steam along with a free to play version.
Square Enix revealed today that Dissidia Final Fantasy NT will be getting a free to play version. Titled Dissidia Final Fantasy NT Free Edition, this version will be launching on PlayStation 4 and Steam on March 12. You can check the game’s Steam page here.
Square Enix also confirmed that the full game, currently only available on PS4, and on arcade only in Japan, will be coming to Steam as well the same day.
Dissidia Final Fantasy NT Free Edition will allow you to try out the game free of charge and pick between a certain selection of characters, rotating every week. Additional characters and weapons will be available for purchase individually. Players on the Free Edition will be able to participate in online matches against players on the full version of the game as well.
Together with the Free Edition, Dissidia Final Fantasy NT on Steam will be getting a Standard Edition containing 28 characters and access to various game modes including the story mode. And a Deluxe Edition which includes the Standard Edition and a Season Pass which contains the six new DLC characters along with their weapons and costumes.
It’s still unclear if players on the Steam version will be able to battle with players on the PS4 version.
An active PlayStation Plus subscription is required to play the PS4 version of Dissidia Final Fantasy NT Free Edition.
Dissidia Final Fantasy NT is the latest episode of the Dissidia Final Fantasy series, 3D action games where Final Fantasy characters battle each other in arenas. The game first released in Japanese arcades in 2015, and was later ported to PS4 in 2018. New Final Fantasy characters are regularly added to the game since its release via DLC, with the latest additions being Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII‘s Snow Villiers. Final Fantasy X’s Yuna, and best Final Fantasy MMO Final Fantasy XI‘s Kam’lanaut.Usually, characters and updates are made to the arcade version first and then added to the console port slightly later.
You can check our review of Dissidia Final Fantasy NT ‘s PS4 version to learn more about the game.
Update: Dissidia Final Fantasy NT Free Edition was already available in Japan digitally on PS4 since November.