Square Enix today announced that LIGHTNING RETURNS: FINAL FANTASY XIII, the conclusion to the compelling and acclaimed FINAL FANTASY XIII trilogy, will arrive on PC on December 10th.
In LIGHTNING RETURNS: FINAL FANTASY XIII for PC, players will embark on their final adventure in the FINAL FANTASY XIII series, which gives them the ability to have direct control over iconic heroine, Lightning.
“In a constantly moving, expansive environment, players must journey on a quest to save a doomed world from complete destruction – and in thirteen days, nothing will remain. Blessed with incredible strength and an arsenal of weapons Lighting has everything she needs for the coming battle – everything except time.”
The PC release will also include all the amazing DLC content from the original console version, including Japanese voice-overs and various costumes, shields and weapons.
LIGHTNING RETURNS: FINAL FANTASY XIII features:
• Lightning Under Your Control – Upgrade playable character Lightning’s look, abilities and actions through a large range of weapons and outfit combinations – all reflected in the field, battle and cut-scenes
• Action-Oriented Battle System – Master the fast paced, action-oriented battle system to control Lightning like never before by being able to block, dodge, and counter with strategy and precision
• Exciting areas to explore – With four vastly different and stunning environments, the world of Nova Chrysalia is filled with choice and diversity which provides a unique experience for each player
• Returning characters – FINAL FANTASY XIII series cast members Serah, Hope, Snow, Noel, Sazh, Vanille, Fang, Caius and Yeul return for the final chapter of the Lightning saga
LIGHTNING RETURNS: FINAL FANTASY XIII will be priced at £12.99 / €15.99.
Enjoy the following PC screenshots and trailer!
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