The ludicrously named JRPG 7th Dragon III Code: VFD is launching in North America July 12th, so 3DS owners don’t have too long to wait before they can dive into yet another lengthy portable adventure. To make sure players have a lot of content to look forward to, Sega has revealed its plans for a DLC roll-out through the month of July.

First up is a free bonus item that will be made available from launch: the Nagamimi doll. Players will be able to experience unique interactions between this strange talking plush bunny and their protagonist of choice whenever they’re in their in-game apartment.

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You can check out the rest of the DLC below:

Quest: Seed Outbreak!
Price: $1.49/CA$1.99
Availability: 7/12/2016
Description: Encounter Dragonsbane Seeds for extra XP and money.

Quest: Gold Rabi Outbreak!
Price: $1.49/CA$1.99
Availability: 7/12/2016
Description: Encounter Gold Rabis for extra XP and money.

Quest: Code: Student!
Price: $1.99/CA$2.49
Availability: 7/19/2016
Description: Recruit the Samurai character from 7th Dragon 2020

Quest: Code: Otaku!
Price: $1.99/CA$2.49
Availability: 7/19/2016
Description: Recruit the Hacker character from 7th Dragon 2020

Quest: Code: Lucier!
Price: $1.99/CA$2.49
Availability: 7/26/2016
Description: Recruit the Lucier character from 7th Dragon 2020-II

Quest: To My Beloved Unit 13
Price: $1.49/CA$1.99
Availability: 7/26/2016
Description: Prepare for post-game. Unlock ultimate weapons for all classes and a “Blaster Raven” character

Quest: Allie’s Death March
Price: $1.49/CA$1.99
Availability: 7/26/2016
Description: A test for the bravest dragon hunters, beware. Unlock a boss rush of nearly every encounter in the game pumped up to max level. EXTREME!

Access to DLC will open up after a certain point in the story, and “To My Beloved Unit 13” can only be experienced in the post-game.

7th Dragon III Code: VFD will launch July 12th in North America, both in stores and in the Nintendo eShop. It will cost $39.99. Be sure to check out the recent battle system trailer for an idea of how the game will play.


Source: Sega PR.


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