Theathrythm: Final Bar Line Announced for PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch; Launches February 16, 2023

Square Enix and developer Indieszero have announced Theathrythm: Final Bar Line for PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch.

The latest entry in the music rhythm franchise will arrive on both platforms on February 16, 2023. Pre-orders are available digitally now on Nintendo eShop and soon on PlayStation Network.

The game will feature 385 Final Fantasy tracks in the base game with the Digital Deluxe and Premium Editions adding tracks from NieR, SaGa, Live A Live, Octopath Traveler, and more. You can watch the trailer and learn more about the game below.

A rhythm action game packed with 385 carefully selected music tracks from across the whole Final Fantasy series.

Key Features

The Music of Final Fantasy Comes Together Here – Includes popular tracks from a total of 46 different games, featuring the latest music from Final Fantasy I through to Final Fantasy XV in the main series, as well as remakes, spin-offs and various different soundtrack CDs. Relive the thrilling battles and soaring emotions alongside beautiful music and video.

Throw Yourself into the Rhythm – Push the buttons in time with the music to match triggers moving across the screen on 3 different types of stage. With easy to learn controls and four different difficulty settings, anyone can jump in and have fun straight away. Also supports controller sharing play using a Joy-Con controller.

Online Multiplayer for up to Eight Players – Introducing riotous online Multi Battles where everyone plays together! Interfere with the other players plans and make clever use of your Burst abilities to turn the tables and grasp victory. Don’t forget to exchange ProfiCards once the battle is over!

Put Together the Party of Your Dreams with a Total of 104 Characters to Choose From – Meet cute versions of many classic characters and monsters from the series as exciting RPG battles play out alongside the rhythm action. Gather and power up your team to beat the next stage.

Enjoy the Music and Video at Your Leisure – The game also features music player and theatre modes that let you sit back and enjoy the tracks and movies you have collected without the rhythm game action.

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