The biggest Theatrhythm game yet will be playable later tonight with a new free demo heading to Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4/5. The Theatrhythm Final Bar Line demo gives the play access to 30 tunes from Final Fantasy, with progression being transferrable to the full version of the game after its release. The demo includes Battle Music Stages to defeat waves of enemies with the music, Field Music Stages to travel the worlds of Final Fantasy in time with the rhythm, and Event Music Stages that see you playing along to key story moments from the featured games.

The demo track list covers six different Final Fantasy games, including the Main Theme of Final Fantasy II, Mambo de Chocobo from Final Fantasy V, the iconic battle theme of Final Fantasy VII and even the epic Apocalypsis Noctis from Final Fantasy XV. For the full list of available tracks and games available in the demo, check out the demo announcement over on the Square Enix website. 

Theatrhythm Cloud VS Sephiroth
Theatrhythm Final Bar Line turns your attention to the music of Final Fantasy, and other Square Enix JRPGs.

The full version of Theatrhythm Final Bar Line releases on Feb. 16, so if you’d like to try before you buy then now is your chance. The demo will be available to download for free at the following times in each timezone:

  • PST: 9PM (Jan. 31)
  • EST: 12AM (Feb. 1)
  • GMT: 12AM (Feb. 1)
  • CET: 1AM (Feb. 1)
  • AEDT: 11AM (Feb. 1)

It’s a big day for Final Fantasy fans. Between the demo for Theatrhythm Final Bar Line dropping tonight, the reveal of Final Fantasy VII DLC coming to PowerWash Simulator and even the announcement of Final Fantasy VII Day in Japan, there’s a lot to be excited about. According to Yoshinori Kitase, 2023 will be big for the series even outside of the upcoming Final Fantasy XVI and Final Fantasy VII Rebirth

Will you downloading the demo for Theatrhythm Final Bar Line? Let us know in the comments below, and keep your eyes on GameLuster for more gaming news.

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