Chocobo GP Courses: What are they?

Chocobo GP Courses

Chocobo GP is set to be released on Thursday 10th March 2022 on Nintendo Switch, but what are the courses that will be part of the game?

The new karting game from Square Enix will have a number of elements akin to Mario Kart titles, and the courses will bear a lot of similarities to the massively popular franchise series.

The courses that are part of the game will be set across a number of different locations from the Final Fantasy games.

Here’s everything you need to know about the courses that will be part of Chocobo GP on the Nintendo Switch and which Final Fantasy game they originate from.

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Chocobo GP Courses

The following courses have been officially confirmed for Chocobo GP:

Chocobo Farm

Chocobo Farm is a location from the Final Fantasy VII series of games, including the original PS1 title and the PSP game Final Fantasy VII: Crisis Core.

The farm is home to a family of Chocobo breeders in Final Fantasy lore, who raise the creatures for use in Chocobo races.

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Cid’s Test Track

Cid’s Test Track is a specific track created for Chocobo GP and is situated near Cid’s lab. This track is where the Story Mode in-game begins.


Monster Village

The Monster Village comes from Chocobo’s Mysterious Dungeon 2, a PS1 game that isn’t quite as well known as the mainline Final Fantasy titles.


Zozo

Zozo is a town from Final Fantasy VI. It is a den of criminals and thieves and constantly has a downpour of rain.

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Alexandria

Alexandria is both a kingdom and the capital of that kingdom from the planet Gaia in Final Fantasy IX.

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Big Bridge

Big Bridge is a location from Final Fantasy V in Galuf’s World. The bridge extends across oceans and connects the mainland of the western continent in the SNES classic.


Gold Saucer

The Gold Saucer is an amusement park from Final Fantasy VII, and is also available in the MMORPG Final Fantasy XIV.

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