Get Dissidia Final Fantasy NT Free Edition – Available on PlayStation Store Japan

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Sony PlayStation Japan lists Dissidia Final Fantasy NT Free Edition. The game is free to play and is only available at PlayStation Store Japan and Asia region. You can play the game for free, however, if you want to play online multiplayer, you will need to have PlayStation Plus subscription.

Dissidia Final Fantasy NT Free Edition is also announced to get release date for Western regions, but no there is no mention of release date as of now. The Asian version of the game supports Chinese and Korean language options.

Watch the trailer here for Dissidia Final Fantasy NT Free Edition.

The free edition is limited to certain in-game content. There are few basic free play features allowed to experience without any charges. We will mention here the detailed features that you can access in the free edition of the game.

Dissidia Final Fantasy NT Free Edition Content
  • You can play online and offline battles with four characters, who change weekly. (Some game aspects differ from the full version.)
  • Story mode is not available.
  • You must be a PlayStation Plus member to play online multiplayer mode.
  • Free characters will be switched out after a fixed time.
  • If you purchase a character’s starter pack, you can use them at any time, regardless of the current roster of free characters. (Even if you purchase a character, they will still be included in the lineup of weekly free characters.)
  • There are two types of characters: the 28 from the full version, who appear in the weekly lineup for the Free Edition, and DLC characters, who won’t appear in the weekly lineup. Please be aware of this when purchasing starter packs.
  • You can battle online against users from the full version.
  • You can carry over your Free Edition save data to the full version.

The free edition for now allows you to get and play a part of Dissidia Final Fantasy NT for free. It is still worth a while to experience without having to pay full. Players can experience in-game content of the game before deciding to buy it or skip it.

We will keep you posted once Western version of the game gets listed on PlayStation Store officially. Meanwhile, let us know more your thoughts in the free edition of the game in comments section below.



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