Stranger of Paradise Final Fantasy Origin is out later this (tomorrow for individuals who pre-purchase on consoles) and there’s a free demo obtainable. Given Group Ninja’s expertise on the Nioh sequence, can one anticipate any end-game content material after ending the story? Whereas one thing akin to the Abyss/Depths wasn’t outright confirmed, it appears there shall be tougher issue ranges to sort out.
Talking to WCCF Tech, the developer mentioned, “When you’ve accomplished the game, you’ll be capable of tackle the tougher issue ranges and also you’ll additionally unlock greater ranges for Jobs, different issues that you may develop your character with, after which be capable of exit and get stronger weapons, stronger tools, which can assist you to tackle these tougher difficulties as ranges. There are these components for after the game has been accomplished.”
This sounds considerably akin to how Nioh dealt with New Game Plus with every new “Means of” issue including new components on prime of more durable enemies and an elevated stage cap.
As for the three upcoming DLC, they’ll characteristic new story content material together with “kind of maybe new Dungeons after which new issues to combat, new issues to discover. We’re taking a look at new Jobs, which additionally means new weapons, new varieties of weapons, but additionally we’re taking a look at including new actions to present jobs, for instance, so I believe there’s heaps to look ahead to within the DLCs.”
It’s price noting that not one of the DLC – specifically Trials of the Dragon King, Wanderer of the Rift, and Totally different Future – could be bought outdoors of the Season Move. The Season Move additionally at present can’t be bought individually – that you must decide up the Digital Deluxe Version or wait till a currently-unspecified date.
Stranger of Paradise Final Fantasy Origin releases on March 18th for Xbox One, Xbox Sequence X/S, PS4, PS5 and PC. Although the identical household of consoles can play with one another, cross-platform play isn’t supported at launch and seemingly gained’t be coming later.