7th Dragon III Code: VFD Free DLC
7th Dragon III Code: VFD for the 3DS is rapidly approaching release in the States. After it hits store shelves on July 12, a few waves of DLC will be up for sale. However, if you own the game you can download it for free during its first week of availability. Not a bad deal! Below is a list of DLC and the dates they will launch. Read our full review of the game right here!
Oh and we have some awesome news concerning the 7th Dragon III Code: VFD’s DLC: All upcoming DLC quests will be free for the week following their release. Everything from the XP and gold boosting quests to the party character recruitment and end-game quests will be free for the first week after they release!
Details on the additional DLC quests, their release timing, and non-promotional week pricing below:
Launch Week — 7/12
Quest: Seed Outbreak!
Description: Encounter Dragonsbane Seeds for extra XP and money.
Quest: Gold Rabi Outbreak!
Description: Encounter Gold Rabis for extra XP and money.
Wave 1 — 7/19
Quest: Code: Student!
Description: Recruit the Samurai character from 7th Dragon 2020
Quest: Code: Otaku!
Description: Recruit the Hacker character from 7th Dragon 2020
Wave 2 — 7/26
Quest: Code: Lucier!
Description: Recruit the Lucier character from 7th Dragon 2020-II
Quest: To My Beloved Unit 13
Description: Prepare for post-game. Unlock ultimate weapons for all classes and a “Blaster Raven” character
Quest: Allie’s Death March
Description: A test for only the bravest of dragon hunters. Unlock a boss rush of nearly every encounter in the game pumped up to max level. EXTREME!
Bonus Item: Nagamimi Doll
Price: Free forever
Description: Obtain a talking Nagamimi bunny doll in your apartment!
Please note that it requires game progression to encounter the DLC content! Additionally, “To My Beloved Unit 13” is activated post-game only.
7th Dragon III Code: VFD will arrive July 12 in retail stores and on the Nintendo eShop for Nintendo 3DS in the Americas. The game will be available for $39.99/CA$54.99 and has been rated T by the ESRB. For more information please visit: http://7thdragon.sega.com
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