Date: May 12th, 2012 Author: Chat Noir
News Category: Final Fantasy XIII-2
Tags: costume DLC, DLC, Final Fantasy XIII-2, Requiem of the Goddess, Snow DLC
Official price details of Final Fantasy XIII-2′s DLCs to be released this month were released and finalized by Square Enix.
All DLCs are due to be released on the 15th. Browse through the images below to have a good look on what to expect on this month’s DLCs!
So as most already know, a slew of DLC is on it’s way, but word from Dengeki Magazine is that there is even more to come in the month of May.
The Snow episode and Valfodr Coliseum battle will both be released on May 15th. Apparently, that will be followed by not only Lightning’s highly anticipated Episode “Requiem of the Goddess” but two new costumes for Serah and Noel. A “White Mage” costume for Serah, and a “Black Mage” costume for Noel.
In addition to all of that, Mog will be getting in on the fun. Your Moogle companion will get costumes of his very own. A devil, a pirate, and a panda will be just 3 of 16 different costumes to choose from.
Exciting? Share your thoughts on the forums.
Thanks to Ffamran mied Bunansa for pointing this out.
That was quick, although to be expected this post acts as an update to a post made earlier today about Final Fantasy XIII-2′s upcoming DLC.
First off, the Gilgamesh Coliseum battle won’t be the only one coming. Koyo-Koyo or better known outside of Japan as PuPu, that little blue alien that first appeared in Final Fantasy VIII and has been having cameo after cameo ever since will also be an available opponent. He will be a Medic, with just a 10% chance to crystallize so it might take a while to snag him. Conversely, Gilgamesh will be a Commando and be a bit easier to capture. Gilgamesh will come at a slight premium at ¥400 or 480MSP. PuPu, however, will only run you ¥200 or 240MSP.
Noel’s new costume the Assassin’s Creed “Ezio” Costume will come in at ¥300 or 360MSP. It’s being that Serah’s new costume, however, Exposure and Defense, will be free!
More good news? Sure! All the DLC will be available next Tuesday on April 10th
Word on the street is that the next DLC Coliseum battle that is going to be available will be the much anticipated Gilgamesh
If the past can tell us anything, it’s that the DLC will cost somewhere in the realm of ¥300-¥400 on PS3 or 240-320 on Xbox 360, It will more than likely be simultaneously released in Japan and other territories, and Clash On The Big Bridge will probably play during the battle.
Of course, along with this news, we have word of the next costumes to be released. They are the Assassin’s Creed Revelations Ezio Auditore da Firenze Costume and the Exposure and Defense costume for Noel and Serah respectively. These costumes were actually announced really early on so it’s nice to see that these will be available soon.
Again, these costumes will likely be the normal price and be available everywhere on the same day.
Here are some shots of the magazine in which these new DLCs are shown
Thanks to forum member Ffamran mied Bunansa for pointing this out to us.
Source: Gaming Everything
Remember Theatrhythm? The Final Fantasy 3DS rhythm game Square released in Japan back in February? You’re probably not the only one who doesn’t, but Square Enix have seen fit to release new DLC for it including several new songs from other Final Fantasy titles. Of course one of the songs isn’t from a game that’s seen the light of day yet.
Yoko Shimomura’s Somnus which was released back in 2008 and feature in the debut Final Fantasy Versus XIII trailer in 2006, will be coming to the 3DS game on April 4th. Theatrhythm is currently planned to arrive in Europe and America this summer. See the preview below.
That’s right, the Lightning DLC has finally been given a name. “Requiem of the Goddess” will feature Caius and Lightning locked in battle. Reportedly, the DLC will feature a different sort of combat than what we’ve come to expect in XIII-2. What this alludes to remains to be seen; given Lightning’s status as a servant of the goddess and the power that entails, it’s not surprising that we can expect something a bit different. If you’re feeling the strain of that wait, don’t worry. It’s very likely we’ll be hearing a great deal more about this DLC very soon. In the meantime, head on down to the forums to discuss.
Source: Dengeki through andriasang
Famitsu has finally revealed a few screenshots regarding Final Fantasy XIII-2′s upcoming costume and monster DLCs.
The N7 armours for Noel and Serah will be available on the PS3 and Xbox360, priced ¥300 and 240MSP.
Old Final Fantasy fans will also be delighted to see the inclusion of Final Fantasy VI monsters Ultros and Typhon. Similar to the Lightning and Amodar DLC, players will fight Ultros first and will then be joined by Typhon later in the fight. This monster DLC pack is priced ¥400 on PS3 and 320MSP on Xbox 360.
Both DLC packs will be available on the PS3 and Xbox 360 on the 27th of March.
Updated: Now with more screens!
As previously announced, Jihl Nabaat is scheduled to be released on the 13th of March in Japan and is yet to be known if it will be released on the rest of the world on the same date. Here are some screenshots that were released today!
Famitsu has recently revealed information regarding Lightning’s episode DLC, which has been confirmed not so long ago in a Square Enix conference. The episode will be about Lightning’s fight against Caius and more story details about the game’s ending will also be explained. It was also stated that it will feature a combat sytem different to the one used in the main game. The episode DLC is planned to be released on May, the exact date yet to be announced.
Thanks to forum member Lymle for notifying us of this information!
Earlier, it was confirmed that the retailer specific DLC weapons and the Omega Coliseum battle would become available on the PSN Store and Xbox Live Marketplace, at least in Japan and other eastern territories.
We’re happy to announce that these DLCs are now available everywhere.
Noel’s Catastrophe Blade and Muramasa, plus Serah’s Seraphic Wing and Genji Blade are all available for purchase. As previously stated the Omega Coliseum Battle is also now available. The battle rings in at $3.99 and the weapons are $1 each. I’m sure you can expect to pay the comparable amount of Microsoft Points if purchasing on an Xbox 360.
The next announced and planned DLC is the recently officially revealed Jihl Nabaat Coliseum Battle on March 13th. Be sure to check back here for anymore announced DLC for Final Fantasy XIII-2