Reno and Turks Outfits Added to FFVII The First Soldier

FFVII The First Soldier Reno Turks Outfit

Two new outfits are available for a limited time in FFVII: The First Soldier, resembling Reno and the Turks from Final Fantasy VII Remake. Additionally, players can get their hands on an Electro-mag Rod as well as the Rod Shoulder Pat emote during this period. The emote will leave the store on November 28, 2021 at 8 p.m. Eastern (2 a.m. CEST), while the two outfits and Electro-mag Rod will leave at the same time on the following day.

The Reno outfit will come in a bundle for 1800 Shinra Credits. The bundle will include the character’s full suit, goggles, and earrings. While the promotional material shows off a character with Reno’s hairstyle, it is not included in the bundle. Both male and female player characters can equip the outfit. Furthermore, the Turks suit outfit will cost 1500 Shinra Credits. The Turks outfit will also be usable for both male and female characters.

Finally, the Electro-mag Rod dagger skin will cost 1200 Shinra Credits. The Rod Shoulder Pat emote, however, is a separate cosmetic item that must be purchased via the daily item shop. The shoulder pat emote will cost 600 Shinra Credits. It’s unclear whether players will need the Electro-mag Rod in order to use the emote.

You can get a better look at the Reno outfit and Turks suit, as well as the Rod and Rod Shoulder Pat emote, in the screenshots below.

Square Enix released FFVII The First Soldier on November 19, 2021, passing over 1 million downloads just 24 hours after launch. Alongside the game’s release, the company also released paid bundles featuring Tifa, Cloud, Hojo, and Rufus outfits. An upcoming update is also slated to fix some known issues and add a fixed joystick option.

The FFVII The First Soldier Reno and Turks Outfit, as well as Electro-mag Rod, will be available until November 29, 2021. The Rod Shoulder Pat emote will be available until November 28, 2021.

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