Dissidia Final Fantasy NT screenshots

Featuring story bits, Materia, Spiritus, and more.

Dissidia Final Fantasy NT

Square Enix has released a new set of Dissidia Final Fantasy NT screenshots featuring Materia, Spiritus, The Onion Knight, Cloud of Darkness, Cloud Strife, and Sephiroth.

There are also a few story screenshots. The story sees the warriors summoned by the Gods Materia and Spiritus’ conflict. The Warrior of Light kneels and lends his power to Materia, who is trying to protect the world. He also guides Noctis, a first-timer who is perplexed by this unknown world and the Gods’ conflict. Cloud Strife is shown taking a different course from Vaan in order to search for a certain someone. And The Onion Knight is depicted speaking kindly to Y’shtola, another first-timer.

Dissidia Final Fantasy is due out for PlayStation 4 on January 11 in Japan, and January 30 in North America and Europe.

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