7th Dragon III Code: VFD ‘Timelines’ trailer

Travel to present-day Tokyo, Ancient Atlantis, and futuristic Eden.

7th Dragon III Code: VFD

Sega has released a new trailer for 7th Dragon III Code: VFD introducing the game’s timelines.

In 7th Dragon III, the protagonist and his/her team must utilize Nodens Enterprises’ time travel technology to cleanse the planet of its dragon infestation. There are “True Dragons” living in three different time periods that must be destroyed before players can vanquish the mighty “7th Dragon: VFD.”

Here’s where you’ll be going:

  • Present-day Tokyo – The year 2100 in Tokyo is your first stop in the game. The city is an urban jungle filled with hazardous areas like the subway line and landmark giant tower. However, if you need to take a breather from hunting dragons, Nodens Enterprises HQ is located here.
  • Ancient Atlantis – So naturally, you’ll depart Tokyo and step back in time to the mythical ocean kingdom of Atlantis. Be warned, the capital city of Atlantica, royal palace, and Cladeon lower wards are rife with danger. Oh, but the blacksmiths of Atlantis are renowned for forging great weapons, so definitely worth a visit.
  • Futuristic Eden – The futuristic collection of states known as Eden will be the last time and place you’ll explore. You can visit the Kazan Republic, the ruins of Preloma, or brave the mysteries of the sealed tower. However, it would be wise to remain vigilant as dragons and enemies haunt your every step. The future is definitely bleak, so don’t be surprised if some people from that time period are sympathetic to your cause.

7th Dragon III Code: VFD is due out for 3DS in the Americas this summer.

Watch the trailer below.

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