Locke Cole from Final Fantasy VI Now Playable in Dissidia Final Fantasy NT

Locke Cole from Final Fantasy VI Now Playable in Dissidia Final Fantasy NT

The Dissidia Final Fantasy NT list of fighters just got bigger with the addition of the world-class thief from Final Fantasy VI, Locke Cole.

We recently discussed how Locke Cole from Final Fantasy VI would make his debut in Dissidia Final Fantasy NT for the PS4. He is now available for purchase as a single character or as part of the Season Pass. There are five other characters included with the Season Pass, Vayne Carudas Solidor from Final Fantasy XII being one of them.

Locke Cole made his debut in Final Fantasy VI after he is caught up in a struggle between Terra Branford and the Gestahlian Empire. He helps the enigmatic magic-using beauty escape from the pursuing army and joins up with other freedom fighters to battle against Kefka Palazzo, a key figure of the empire’s magic military. Both Terra and Kefka are also usable fighters in Dissidia Final Fantasy NT.

If you ever played Final Fantasy VI back in the SNES days or perhaps as a port for the PS1 or GBA, then you would remember that Locke is a stealthy thief who is known for stealing merchant’s clothing. He uses the same thieving skills from Final Fantasy VI to his advantage as a fighter in Dissidia Final Fantasy NT. Stealing, for example, can be used to recover bravery or health. Want to really mess up your opponents with this new character? Then try his Mug feature instead, Thief Gloves not required.

Dissidia Final Fantasy NT is an exclusive title for the PS4.  Want to see Locke Cole in action? We have a fresh release trailer down below for your pleasure. Don’t forget to check out our review for Dissidia Final Fantasy NT if you happened to miss it. If you have not purchased the game yet, but would like to, you can grab a copy on Amazon — or just check out the launch trailer below:

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