Dissidia Duodecim: Final Fantasy hits stores tomorrow in Japan, (March 22 in North America) and there are several new details about the game today. Desperado Chaos is the uncomfirmed new character in Dissidia Duodecim: Final Fantasy, leaked from this week's Shonen Jump. There is also a new feature called "Data Import." You can carry over your data from the original Dissidia and the Universal Tuning international version. This gives two options, "Stronger New Game" or "Level Reset."
A new game feature called Labyrinth Mode was just announced. It is similar to the Colosseum Mode. With certain cards, (Door, Job, Treasure, and Party Member) you work your way through a dungeon fighting monsters and gathering items. There are several exits in the Labyrinth, but you'll find rarer items and tougher monsters as you go further in. There is also no saving in the Labyrinth, so if you die, you lose all your items.