Final Fantasy Dimensions II now available in the West

Final Fantasy Dimensions II, previously known as Final Fantasy Legends: Toki no Suisho in Japan, is now available in western regions. This formerly Free-to-Play title can now be found as a Premium RPG in the app store for $14.99. As it stands, reviews on the Google Play Store are mixed. You can find more information from the official Square Enix press release below.

“Players join heroes Morrow and Aemo as they embark on a journey across multiple worlds in the past, present, and future. Classic turn-based battles will lead players through a nostalgic RPG experience filled with a wide cast of characters who will help shape a deep and engaging story spanning multiple worlds.

Developed by veteran SQUARE ENIX® game director, Takashi Tokita (FINAL FANTASY IV, CHRONO TRIGGER®), FINAL FANTASY DIMENSIONS II puts a fresh twist on character advancement with the Signet Stone system.

These powerful items can summon many well-known Eidolons featured throughout the history of the FINAL FANTASY series, as well as teach characters new abilities. Players can obtain and evolve over 300 Signet Stones, customizing each hero with powerful magic and skills to help best monstrous foes in battles.

Additionally, a unique “Archive” Mode will unlock after finishing the main game, giving players access to game design illustrations and art, as well as the ability to sample the soundtrack created by famed composer Naoshi Mizuta (FINAL FANTASY XI).”

You can find the launch video for Final Fantasy Dimensions II below and catch us playing the first hour of the game here.

Final Fantasy Dimensions II was released for smartphones on November 1, 2017.

Final Fantasy Dimensions II coming to iOS and Android on November 1st

Square Enix has announced that Final Fantasy Legends II will be getting an English release on November 1st under the name Final Fantasy Dimensions II.

According to an article over RPGsite, Final Fantasy Dimensions II was originally released in Japan under the name Final Fantasy Legends: Toki no Suisho, but upon its relaunch, the title was changed to Final Fantasy Legends II.

Final Fantasy Legends II is a free-to-play app for iOS and Android devices with in-game purchases, however, it is currently unknown at this time how in-game transactions will work in the Western release of the game.

You can check out the Japanese trailer for Final Fantasy Dimensions II below.