Everyone has that one Final Fantasy game, that introduced them to the franchise and got them hooked.Whether it was the lacklustre Final Fantasy XIII series, or the lukewarm reception to the online-only Final Fantasy XIV, Final Fantasy hasn’t exactly been a massive hit in its home territory of Japan.
A playable demo of Final Fantasy XV may be coming to PS4 and Xbox One tomorrow, following tonight's Uncovered: Final Fantasy XV event.As spotted by Gematsu, a Chinese trailer (above) leaked ahead of today's event appears to suggest that the demo will act as a spin-off to the main game, following lead character Noctis through a dream sequence as a child.
Brotherhood Final Fantasy XV is a new five-part anime series which promises to offer more background on the friendship between crown prince Noctis and his three comrades.The first episode is available now to stream on YouTube, with the remaining four episodes to launch before the game arrives on September 30.
Square Enix will consider releasing Final Fantasy XV on PC following the launch of the PS4 and Xbox One versions later this year, director Hajime Tabata has revealed.Speaking to Engadget, Tabata explained that while the company had yet to decide whether to release the game on PC, it would "definitely take a good, hard look" at the format once the game launches on consoles.
After ten long years, the game that became known as Final Fantasy XV finally has a release date.This September, players will get to play the next mainline Final Fantasy title.
In the wake of Final Fantasy fans paying upwards of £400 on eBay for the sold out Final Fantasy XV Ultimate Collector's Edition, Final Fantasy XV director Hajime Tabata has said Square Enix is doing what it can to go after those profiting from the collector's item, including the possibility of increasing the production run.I'm really sorry," Tabata wrote in a statement delivered on Twitter.
Kingsglaive will feature a cast of Hollywood stars, including Sean Bean as King Regis, Lena Headey as Princess Luna and Aaron Paul as Kingsglaive soldier Nyx.The movie's story goes like this:
"The magical kingdom of Lucis is home to the hallowed Crystal, but the menacing empire of Niflheim will stop at nothing to make it theirs.
We’re given a backstory that sets the scene for the DLC itself, as well as details on new gameplay modes and how Gladiolus controls differently compared to the main game’s Noctis.We’ll start with the DLC’s backstory, which takes place within the timeline of Final Fantasy XV.