Theaterhytm Final Bar Line is out now, ready to take fans on a magical musical journey. Ready to start your adventure? Let’s go
Today Square Enix released and made disponibile Theaterhytm Final Bar Line the next chapter in the fan-favorite rhythm action series, on Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4. With 385 Final Fantasy songs in the base game, three game modesthe multiplayer local and online and more than 100 characters of Final Fantasy with which to create your dream team, you will be able to enjoy the legendary music of the series like never before.
Theaterhytm Final Bar Line: launch trailer also available
In addition to the standard edition of the game, which includes 385 songs, it is also possible to purchase a digital Deluxe Edition or a digital Premium Deluxe Edition to gain access to many more songs from various legendary Square Enix titles. Below you can discover the contents of the various editions:
- Deluxe Digital Edition: Includes all songs from the standard edition, 27 additional songs, and Season Pass 1, featuring songs from the SaGa series, LIVE A LIVE, The World Ends with You, and NieR, for a total of 442 songs.
- Premium Deluxe Edition digitale: Includes all songs from the standard edition, 27 additional songs, and Season Passes 1, 2, and 3, featuring songs from the NieR series, OCTOPATH TRAVELER, Mana series, Xenogears, and more, for a total of 502 songs.
After today’s release, we will continue to add new songs from Square Enix’s immense catalog via various DLC packs, included in the Season Pass 1, 2 e 3, so that your musical journey is even richer. You can also download the free Theaterhytm Final Bar Line demo from PlayStation Store and Nintendo eShop. The demo includes 30 legendary songs, including the most famous songs from Final Fantasy VII and Final Fantasy XV, and allows you to transfer your saves to the full game.
Theaterhytm Final Bar Line is available on Nintendo Switch and PS4. To stay updated on all the news from the gaming world and beyond, keep tuning in to TechGameWorld.com. Instead, to buy video games at a discounted price, take a look at Kinguin.