FFVII The First Soldier Costumes Jessie Biggs Wedge

FFVII The First Soldier Jessie, Biggs, and Wedge Costumes Added

The next batch of costumes available in FFVII The First Soldier will allow players to dress like Jessie, Biggs, and Wedge. These three costumes will be available for a limited time. The FFVII The First Soldier Jessie, Biggs, and Wedge costumes will cost 1,000 Shinra Credits individually, and players can pick them up from the in-game Specialty Shop until December 1, 2021. It’s important to note that the Jessie costume is gender locked. However, the Biggs and Wedge costumes are not.

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Other costumes that have appeared in the FFVII The First Soldier in-game shop include a Reno costume and a Turks suit. The Reno outfit arrived in the game through a bundle, which included a suit, earrings, and Reno’s signature googles. Players can get other costumes through the Season 1 Pass, such as a Hojo and Rufus Shinra outfit. The Rufus outfit only requires Season 1 Pass progression to obtain.

The Tifa and Cloud costume bundles are available to obtain through the in-game shop. They are part of the Special Bundles category, with each bundle including a costume and a special emote. However, the Tifa bundle comes with weapon decals, whereas the Cloud bundle has a Buster Sword weapon skin.

Final Fantasy VII The First Soldier is immediately available for Android and iOS devices.

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