Final Fantasy Origin’s expansions might be accessible by means of the season go, however not offered individually

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There’s nonetheless rather a lot to find out about Stranger of Paradise: Final Fantasy Origin earlier than it releases subsequent month. We simply bought an vital clarification on how its DLC and season go will work.

Pre-orders of Final Fantasy Origin’s Digital Deluxe Edition embody a three-day early entry interval, an artwork e book and soundtrack, 3 particular weapons, and a season go containing 3 future expansions: Trials of the Dragon King, Wanderer of the Rift, and Different Future. It’s these expansions that had been inflicting confusion up till this level. Initially, it appeared as if buying the one Digital Deluxe Edition was the one method to get them and that bodily disc house owners had been going to be lacking content material.

Now we all know that’s not the case. As acknowledged by the game’s Twitter account, the three expansions “can be purchased separately from the Digital Deluxe Edition at a later date.” We don’t know after they’ll arrive nor how a lot they’ll price apiece, however it’s good to have affirmation that non-digital house owners will be capable to expertise them. The one caveat is that they “will not be available outside the season pass,” so that you’ll must spring for all three expansions in order for you them in any respect — an odd alternative on Square Enix’s half.

The three expansions Trials of the Dragon King, Wanderer of the Rift, and Different Future is not going to be accessible outdoors the season go, which could be bought individually from the Digital Deluxe Edition at a later date.


As for the bottom game, Final Fantasy Origin’s launch date is March 18, precisely one month away from the time of this writing. Early entry begins on March 15 for many who pre-order the aforementioned Digital Deluxe Edition. The Nioh-esque motion game is headed to PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One, and PC.