The staff behind Dissidia Final Fantasy NT has name-dropped just a few characters they’d like to see added within the upcoming preventing sport.
Speaking to EDAMAME Arcade Channel, producer Ichiro Hamaza mentioned he would love so as to add Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII protagonist Zack Fair so he can see him work together with Cloud Strife. While Zack and Cloud are recognized for utilizing the long-lasting Buster Sword, Hamaza believes it could be attention-grabbing for each characters to wield it in another way in Dissidia Final Fantasy NT. “Zack would in all probability use the identical weapons as Cloud however the way in which he would use them can be completely different,” mentioned Hazama.
This isn’t the primary time the builders expressed curiosity in including Zack, with the sport’s director previously acknowledging the character’s resounding reputation.
Similarly, director Takeo Kujiraoka expressed curiosity in together with Delita Heiral and Ramza Beoulve from Final Fantasy Tactics. “I actually like that pairing,” Kujiraoka mentioned. “I’d love so as to add Delita to Dissidia NT sometime. I’d wish to see how they work together on the identical staff.”
While this doesn’t outright affirm the inclusion of each Zack and Delita, it’s attention-grabbing to listen to that they’ve an opportunity of touchdown within the roster. A complete of 28 characters can be obtainable as soon as the PS4-exclusive sport launches in January 30, with the game’s season pass adding six more fighters.
The builders additionally defined their plans in increasing the character lineup. “There is a giant roster, however we’ve got plans to sooner or later add the characters that have been within the unique PSP model,” mentioned Hamaza. “The choices on who to herald are made by Kujiraoka and Tetsuya Nomura.”
Kujiraoka additionally revealed their course of of selecting which characters so as to add in Dissidia Final Fantasy NT: “We take into accounts reputation, and whether or not the characters’ transfer set would match into Dissidia NT. We strive to decide on characters who could have a singular preventing model.”