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Dragon Ball FighterZ and Dissidia Final Fantasy NT to be playable at Revolution 2017

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Dissidia Final Fantasy NT and Dragon Ball FighterZ will be showcased at the Revolution 2017 event in London. The event will take place over the upcoming weekend. The action will be streamed on Twitch.

Square Enix's Dissidia Final Fantasy NT and Bandai Namco's Dragon Ball FighterZ will be showcased at Revolution 2017. Revolution is London's premier fighting game event, held this year from 06 until 08 October. The event is being sponsored by Rice Digital, and organised by the NGI crew.

Dissidia Final Fantasy NT is on its way onto PlayStation 4 with its release window set for January 2018. Dragon Ball FighterZ will be available to play for free all weekend, with a tournament arranged on Saturday, 07 October.

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Dissidia Final Fantasy NT and Dragon Ball FighterZ will also be featured on-stage of the Revolution 2017 showcase area, hosted and streamed by Rice Digital. The action will be streamed via Twitch.

Dissidia Final Fantasy NT and Dragon Ball FighterZ at Revolution 2017 schedule:

  • Casual play:

Setups available all weekend

  • Dates:

Friday-Sunday, October 6-8, 2017.

  • Times:

Friday: 10:00am to 8:00pm.

Saturday - Sunday: 12:00pm to 8:00pm.

  • Location:

The Rocket Complex, London Metropolitan University.

166-220 Holloway Rd, Holloway, London, N7 8DB, UK.

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  • Venue Entry:

On the door: £40 weekend pass, £15 single-day pass.

Tournament Entry: £5 per tournament.

The entry fee from each tournament will go into their respective pot. The money will be split as follows between the winners:

1st Place – 60%
2nd Place – 30%
3rd Place – 10%

Additional Prizes will be announced at a later date. According to the official page, this will be the first time this event is taking place with Anime Fighters "at the forefront in the heart of London".