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Stranger of Paradise Final Fantasy Origin has a new demo for PS5 and PS4

The new demo of Stranger of Paradise Final Fantasy Origin is out now on PlayStation 5 and PlayStation 4, ahead of the game’s March 18 release.

This new demo will take players through the first three stages of opening the game. In addition, players can also transfer data from the demo to the main game.

Stranger of Paradise is a reimagining of the first Final Fantasy game with an immersive action. The gameplay feels very similar to Dark Souls, where the player must fight through enemies that will reset if the player is killed.

However, the highlights of Final Fantasy such as the job system, familiar languages ​​and characters will make a significant return. According to a new post on the PlayStation Blog, Stranger of Paradise is around 40 hours, if the player progresses at a steady rate. But since there will be about 30 different jobs that players can try, playing time can be longer depending on how in-depth the player wants to explore.

Stranger of Paradise: Final Fantasy Origin – Characters and Locations Screenshot

Stranger of Paradise will also come with multiple difficulty settings so that players of any level can enjoy the game whether it’s the progression of the story or completing the toughest challenges.

For more from State of Play today, check out our roundup of everything announced here.

Matt TM Kim is IGN News Editor. You can approach him @lawoftd.

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