Square Enix and Team NINJA announced Stranger of Paradise: Final Fantasy Origin releases on April 6 for PC via Steam. The Steam version will be available at a permanently discounted price according to Square Enix.
Further details about the Steam version were not revealed, but Square Enix released a new trailer announcing the upcoming release of Stranger of Paradise Final Fantasy Origin. It’s currently unknown whether the Stranger of Paradise: Final Fantasy Origin DLC will be discounted on Steam as well.
Here’s an overview of Stranger of Paradise: Final Fantasy Origin via Epic Games Store:
About Stranger of Paradise: Final Fantasy Origin
In this hard-core action RPG, Jack must hazard numerous challenges to bring the light of the crystals back to Cornelia, a kingdom conquered by darkness.
With the memory of their struggle buried deep in their hearts…
Fight your way through fierce battles with a variety of means to defeat your enemies. With multiple difficulty options and a wide selection of jobs and weapons available to customize your party, you can choose exactly how you want to play.
Will restoring the crystals’ light usher in peace or a new form of darkness? …Or perhaps something else entirely?
Stranger of Paradise Final Fantasy Origin launches on Steam April 6th.
The game is also now available at a permanently discounted price.
You've heard that chaos awaits, but are you ready for what trials you may face?
See what perils will welcome you: https://t.co/S2bLT3TNl6 pic.twitter.com/XlNBtvJtnd
— STRANGER OF PARADISE FINAL FANTASY ORIGIN (@fforigin) March 16, 2023
Lastly, Stranger of Paradise: Final Fantasy Origin is available now for PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X|S.
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