Square Enix is Calling All Fans to Throw Down in an Epic Final Fantasy Type-0 Twitter Battle


If you like Final Fantasy, spamming your Twitter page, and potentially winning free stuff, you’re in luck. Square Enix, in collaboration with Amazon, is hosting an Active Twitter Battle every week leading up to the March 17th launch of Final Fantasy Type-0 HD on PS4 and Xbox One. Ready? Fight!

To participate, pay a visit to amazon.com/classzero, sign in with your Twitter account, choose a character, and perform attacks on creatures by tweeting various hashtags.


The sweepstakes consists of weekly battles with community unlock goals as well as weekend boss battles. Every tweet ups your chances to win sweet prizes, including posters signed by the development team, postcard books, a framed poster signed by Director Tabata, a wall scroll, and a Trading Arts Kai action figure.

If you’d prefer to skip the Twitter battle altogether, you can always join the Amazon Grand Prize Give-away to win a custom skinned Final Fantasy Type-0 HD PS4 or Xbox One console simply by pre-ordering the game on Amazon.com.

Here’s a video showing how the Twitter battle works:

Not into the whole Twitter battle thing? No worries. You can still get into the fighting spirit by watching the following Final Fantasy Type-0 HD combat special highlighting the key features of the real game’s battle system.

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