Dissidia Final Fantasy Arcade new character, “Battle of the Gods” content reveal set for August 27

The Dissidia Final Fantasy Finals Tournament and Special Session.

Dissidia Final Fantasy

Square Enix will host a “Dissidia Final Fantasy Finals Tournament and Special Session” at the Maihama Amphitheater in Chiba on August 27 where it is planning various announcements. (Update: It will be live streamed on YouTube.)

The event will consist of two parts. The first part, which runs from 13:15 to 16:30 JST, is the Dissidia Final Fantasy Finals Tournament, which will see the top 16 teams in Japan battle it out for victory.

The second part, which runs from 17:00 to 19:30 JST, is the “Special Session,” which promises “all sorts of new information” and features Square Enix staff Ichirou Hazama, Takeo Kujiraoka, and even Tetsuya Nomura. Expected reveals include:

  • A new character announcement – someone who has not yet appeared in previous Dissidia Final Fantasy titles.
  • The gods Chaos and Cosmos will finally make an appearance in the new content, “Battle of the Gods.”

Outside of Dissidia Final Fantasy, there’s also:

  • The latest information about the arcade game Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: All-Star Carnival.
  • The announcement of a yet unseen smartphone title.

Visit the event’s official website here.

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