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Final Fantasy Agito delayed until Spring, new characters revealed By Erren Van Duine on March 5, 2014 at 1:53 PM

Final Fantasy Agito – Square Enix’s upcoming smartphone game tied to the Final Fantasy Type-0 universe – has been delayed according to a new report in Famitsu this week.

Now slated to release some time in Spring, this free-to-play title introduces some new characters to the mix – namely a male character by the name of Lean Hanpleman (voiced by Koki Uchiyama) and a female called Toono Mahoroha (voiced by Hitomi Terakado). Both voice actors took up roles in the original Final Fantasy Type-0. Toono is a person who refuses to associate with others and has a cold attitude toward others around her. It’s said that she bears a wound from the past. Lean is a young prodigy scientist from the Milites Empire who follows Cid’s dream of conquering Orience.

In addition to a brand new key visual and gamplay screenshots, the magazine also details some of Agito’s new gameplay systems as well as what can be expected from the main story:

For the better part of the past thousand years, the world of Orience has been at war, as mankind continued fighting for the four crystals. As the great war nears its end, the dictator’s plan to take over the world is set in motion. In the midst of the raging battles, a ray of hope will save mankind from destruction—Agito. The young boys and girls who gather together, with the aim of becoming Agito. In order to end the era of war, they throw their bodies into the battlefield.

Peace or war? Allegiance or resistance? The Cadets’ determination will decide the future of the world. The first cycle that surpasses the spiral of 600 million.

Players will also be able to take part in subjugation quests which let you take on big enemies with the help of other players. These battles require careful management of each jobs’ exclusive abilities in order to win. Recipes can also be collected that allow for creation of new equipment and ability upgrades.

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Via Kurushii, NeoGAF.

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