Watch New Dissidia Final Fantasy NT DLC Character Locke Cole in Action in First Gameplay and Move List

Square Enix showcased Dissidia Final Fantasy NT's new DLC character Locke Cole in a few gameplay matches and a full move list video.

on May 15, 2018 9:34 AM

Earlier today, Square Enix announced the new Dissidia Final Fantasy NT DLC Character, Locke Cole from Final Fantasy VII.

During a livestream from its Tokyo headquarters, the publisher also showcased a full move list video for Locke, on top of three gameplay videos, giving us a better idea of how he will play.

He is an assassin-type (obviously) using stealth to surprise his enemies. He even has his iconic Mug move, allowing him to steal spoils from his foes to perform powerful attacks.

You can enjoy the videos below alongside the full livestream, and a few screenshots and character artwork provided directly by Square Enix.

Locke will launch on PS4 in late June as DLC and will be implemented in later this month with a patch in the arcade version of the game.

If you want to see more, you can also check out the previously-announced DLC character, Final Fantasy XII villain Vayne Carudas Solidor. If you’re not familiar with the game and want to know more, you can read our review and see what we think about it.

Dissidia Final Fantasy NT is currently available exclusively for PS4. If you have not purchased the game yet, but would like to, you can grab a copy on Amazon.

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