World of Final Fantasy screenshots introduce new character, Lightning summon, more

Chibi Final Fantasy due out in 2016.

Square Enix has released a new set of screenshots for World of Final Fantasy following its new trailer at the Tokyo Game Show last week.

The RPG is due out for PlayStation 4 and PS Vita in Japan in 2016.

Ge the details below.

Enna Kros (voiced by Kana Hanazawa)

A woman who one day suddenly appears and invites the two protagonists to the world of Grymoire. She guides Reynn and Lann into the unknown world with the expectation that they’ll regain their lost memories.

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Cornelia – A town that debuted in the original Final Fantasy.

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Nebra Cave – A dungeon located near Cornelia.

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Various Fields – “Forest of Light,” “Valley of Ice,” a port town where there are rumors of a docked pirate ship, and more will appear.

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Take The Train – You can take the train to travel the game’s expansive world. The train conductor is none other than Cactuar, voiced by Shigeru Chiba.

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Final Fantasy Characters

Princess Sarah and The Warrior of Light will appear.

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Lighting from Final Fantasy XIII lends her strength to players as a Savior. Her special ability is “Scene Drive.”

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Proectors are Mirages that possess great power. They include Ifrit, Shiva, Ramuh, and more. You can summon Cerberus, a Mega Mirage, by trading out all of your Mirage monsters.

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In battle, players can ride on and stack their Mirage monsters using the game’s “Stack-Stack” system. When you stack Mirage monsters on top of each other, their HP and attack power will add up and special abilities will become available for use. When you battle using them separated (not stacked on top of each other), you’ll recover AP faster, which is necessary for abilities, and avoid the risk of being taken out all at once.

View the screenshots at the gallery.

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