Stranger of Paradise Final Fantasy Origin is an action RPG developed by Team Ninja and published by Square Enix.
A spinoff of the main series, it is set in the world of the original Final Fantasy and features combat inspired by Nioh, which was also developed by Team Ninja.
The tale of Jack Garland and friends is finally available for Steam players on PC after one-year exclusivity to the Epic Games Store.
A little over a year on from its original launch, the Soulslike action RPG is coming to Steam in a few weeks' time.
Square Enix's Tetsuya Nomura says a sequel could be greenlit if sales prove "that this is a title that has really resonated with everyone."
Check out the launch trailer for the final DLC for Stranger of Paradise Final Fantasy Origin, titled Different Future.
The game's third and final expansion will bring a new weapon type and Job, additional difficulty modes and areas, and more.
Battle a tough new boss in Gilgamesh, explore the random dungeons of the Rift Labyrinth, and summon monsters into battle.
Expansion pass owners can expect a new mission, randomly generated dungeons in the Rift Labyrinth, the new "Gilgamesh" difficulty, and new Relics.
It adds the new Labyrinth of Dimensions dungeon, the Blue Mage Job, summons, new Chaotic Monsters, new equipment, and much more.
The first expansion for Stranger of Paradise Final Fantasy Origin, titled Trials of the Dragon King, is out now on all platforms. The expansion brings a new storyline, 3 new jobs, and a new weapon typ...
Players can finally take control of Jed, Ash, Neon or Sophia in single-player when Trials of the Dragon King launches tomorrow.
The upcoming DLC adds the Pilgrim, Evoker and Summoner as new playable Jobs, staves as a new weapon type, and more.
The first of three DLCs for the action RPG will add new stories, areas, challenges, equipment, accessories, and more.
Players can also specify parameters like "Similar Average Equipment Level" and "Mission Level 300" when searching in multiplayer.
Team Ninja and Square Enix's Soulslike Final Fantasy spinoff sold less than 50,000 units across PS5 and PS4 in its debut week in Japan.
This new flavor of Final Fantasy is mostly created with borrowed ideas, but still implements them well enough to be genuinely fun and addicting most of the time.
PS4, Xbox One, PS5 and Xbox Series X/S players who pre-purchased digitally can play ahead of the game's worldwide launch on March 18th.
The action RPG will feature support for Nvidia's DLSS after launch, while the game will also support ultrawide resolution right out the gate.
After finishing the story, players can take on "harder difficulty levels" and unlock "higher levels for Jobs" along with earning stronger weapons.
Xbox, PC and PlayStation players won't be able to play together in Team Ninja's action RPG when it releases on March 18th.
It's coming to Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One, PS4 and PS5 with several new Jobs and enemy types. Support for three player co-op is also available.
The new demo could seemingly go live during the upcoming PlayStation State of Play. It offers support for transferring save data to the full game.
Team Ninja's action RPG releases on March 18th for Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One, PS4, PS5 and PC with pre-orders receiving early access.
If you're looking to experience the game's three paid expansions, you'll have to purchase the Digital Deluxe Edition or the Season Pass.
Additional missions will be included in Season Pass in the Digital Deluxe Edition, while those who pre-order the game digitally will get early access.
The upcoming action RPG will have a total of 27 jobs, including the likes of Thief, Ninja, Paladin, Dark Knight, Breaker, and more.
Along with completed missions, there will also be co-op content like special dungeons and raids that players can tackle together.
Square Enix continues to amp up the marketing for the action RPG in the lead-up to its launch, releasing a handful of new screenshots.
Square Enix has released a meaty final trailer for the Team Ninja-developed action RPG ahead of its looming launch in march.
It seems Square Enix and Team Ninja's upcoming Stranger of Paradise Final Fantasy Origin will come in at around 70 GB on the PS5.
Stranger of Paradise Final Fantasy Origin developers talk about the many ways in which the game connects back to the original Final Fantasy.
In a recent stream celebrating the original Final Fantasy's anniversary, Square Enix showed off new gameplay from the upcoming action RPG.
As the Fifth Warrior of Light, Sophia is as committed to taking down Chaos as Jack. She's also apparently "been here before. Many times."
Square Enix and Team Ninja's Soulslike action RPG will receive new details in an upcoming livestream celebrating Final Fantasy's anniversary.
Season Pass includes three missions while all editions receive three days early access and two free bonus weapons on pre-ordering.
Due to fans figuring out a key twist in the main character's story, it seems Square is looking to shift how they market the spin-off.
Following its March release date announcement, more new gameplay footage has emerged for the upcoming action RPG.
A new demo is currently live on Xbox Series X/S and PS5 until October 11th, which includes a new stage and support for multiplayer.
However, as per the TGS 2021 schedule, it doesn't look like Square Enix plans on showing the likes of Forspoken or Final Fantasy 16.
It might not look very good (to say the least), but the upcoming Final Fantasy action RPG spinoff is shaping up to be a solid game.
The developers of the upcoming action RPG say that its story is touched on very briefly in the demo, and will "really hit you emotionally."
Team Ninja and Square Enix's upcoming action RPG's PS5-exclusive demo is now finally working, which means people have started uploading gameplay footage.
After launching in a corrupted state on PS5, the trial should be playable with the recent patch. It will be live until June 24th.
After the PS5 trial was found to be corrupted, the company tweeted that it was "aware of issues" and would provide an update "as soon as we can."
As an excerpt from the full game, the trial offers a variety of weapons and jobs to choose from. It's available free until June 24th.
The rumored action title from Team Ninja will be coming to Xbox Series X/S, PS4, PS5, Xbox One and PC. A trial version is coming "soon" to PS5.
Insider Navtra reports that the Nioh DNA "is there" but that the PS5 exclusive is "mostly its own beast with very different systems and pace."
Souls and Nioh-inspired, but will allegedly be more accessible.
Insider Navtra says the title is certainly "Souls-inspired" but not exactly what one would imagine when hearing "Souls-like Final Fantasy."
A leaker compares the game to Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order.
A cross-gen Eidos Montreal game is also allegedly going to be announced.