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Stranger of Paradise Final Fantasy Origin Trial Version Set in the Chaos Shrine

Following the Square Enix Presents on June 13, 2021, the company shared additional details about its upcoming Final Fantasy spin-off with Team Ninja and Koei Tecmo. A Stranger of Paradise Final Fantasy Origin Trial Version will give PS5 owners a chance to demo the game. People will step into the Chaos Shrine with Jack, Ash, and Jed. However, they will only be able to grab and test the game until June 24, 2021.

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Jack, Ash, and Jed are the Warriors of Light in this new take on a Final Fantasy story. In the demo, the three are entering the Shrine of Chaos. In the original Final Fantasy on the NES, that’s where the Warriors of Light then found Garland. In this build of the game, Square Enix noted the Black Mage, Dragoon, and Warrior job class abilities will be present.

Some other details about the Stranger of Paradise Final Fantasy Origin Trial Version came up when Square Enix discussed the PS5 demo. There will also be a survey available in-game. People who play it will have until June 30, 2021 to offer feedback on the experience. The comments supplied will go directly to the developers and help shape the final game.

Also, as this is an in-progress game, this is a stand-alone demo. Anything you do in the trial version will be limited to it. No saves will be carried over.

Here are a few screenshots from the game.

And here’s the key art, which features the Warrior of Light Jack.

Warrior of Light Jack

Stranger of Paradise Final Fantasy Origin will come to the PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, and PC in 2022, with the Trial Version demo available on the PS5 until June 24, 2021.

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