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Final Fantasy XV

Recently Hajime Tabata, director of Final Fantasy XV, has been interviewed by Spanish website Vida Extra and he dropped quite a few interesting things.

On the question how long it will take to release a PC version (if it is in consideration) Tabata had the following to say:

On that hypothesis, not talking about something real, just an idea, if we worked on a PC version of what I have very clear is that we would work to provide a better version of what we have now on consoles. We could say that something like this would take us more than a year. We should work to adapt the engine, which is very laborious, and from there to develop its course.

Final Fantasy XV screenshot

The other interesting thing Tabata mentioned is that Square Enix is toying with a DLC specifically made for PlayStation VR:

Final Fantasy XV was obviously not designed for PS4 Pro from the beginning, but obviously we work following the launch to go adapting to the new consoles appear and improve it according to their power. What we do have is the idea of launching a focused DLC PS VR.

What you saw at E3 was just a technical demo. I’m talking about a whole new DLC so you can play from VR. Not the whole, of course, would be additional game content, perhaps a particular part of the game to be enjoyed in virtual reality.

With the recent delay Square Enix is trying to squeeze a lot of the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One and recently footage has appeared showing improved graphics from earlier builds. The game will be released on 29 November 2016.

Final Fantasy XV

Square Enix has released a video in which the English voice cast of Final Fantasy XV is introduced.

Here's the cast:

  • Jim Pirri: Regis Lucis Caelum
  • Ray Chase: Noctis Lucis Caelum
  • Robbie Daymond: Prompto Argentum
  • Adam Croasdell: Ignis Scientia
  • Chris Parson: Gladiolus Amicitia
  • Amy Shiels: Lunafreya Nox Fleuret
  • Darin De Paul: Ardyn Izunia
  • Matt Mercer: Cor Leonis

Final Fantasy XV is set to be released on 29 November 2016 on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

Final Fantasy XV

Yesterday, when the sad news arrived that Final Fantasy XV has been delayed till 29 November 2016, Hajime Tabata made a promise that today they will release a 30 minutes gameplay video. He keeped his promise and the gameplay video is not 30 minutes, but 53 minutes long!

This video contains gameplay from the master version of the game which has just been finished a few days ago. The video contains many cuts and switchesback and forth between the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One version.

Please note that this video contains many spoilers!

Final Fantasy XV

Hajime Tabata, director of Final Fantasy XV, has announced today that Final Fantasy XV will not be released on 30 September 2016, but two months later on 29 November 2016 on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

The reason for this delay is to allow the development teams to have more time to further polish and conduct quality testing so that the reality of the game can match the expectations of both the fans and the creative teams.

Hajime Tabata had the following to say:

From the moment we joined this project, our vision was to create a level of freedom and realism previously unseen in the series. Regrettably, we need a little bit more time to deliver on this vision and are confident that this new release date will help us achieve this.

As the director and lead of this project, I wish to personally apologize for the additional wait. As a team, we want FINAL FANTASY XV to achieve a level of perfection that our fans deserve. We kindly ask for your understanding.

The team recently completed work on the master version of the game and they are currently working on a 'zero day patch'. He explains that when the game was released on 30 September 2016 with this patch, not everyone could download the patch due to not everyone having a good internet connection.

Tomorrow a 30 minutes gameplay video will be released of the master version and it will be playable at gamescom starting later this week.

Please note that you have to switch on subtitles (if you don't understand Japanese)

Final Fantasy XV

In about 5 hours Square Enix will hold the big Uncovered: Final Fantasy XV event, where the game's release date will be announced. According to a news update video from GameSpot, that has been taken down, Final Fantasy XV will be released on 30 September.

The other announcement in the news update video is that a new demo will be released featuring a younger Noctis. No footage of the demo was shown in the video, however a Chinese trailer has also hit the internet today showing footage of the demo.

In the Chinese trailer you enter the dream of young Noctis and you meet a new friend, the summon Carbuncle. This demo part will not be playable in the final game.

Final Fantasy XV

During the Final Fantasy XV Active Time Report that took place yesterday at PAX Prime 2015 director Hajime Tabata announced that Final Fantasy XV will be released in 2016. An exact release date will be announced at a special event that will be held in March 2016.

In this Active Time Report new concept art and in-game footage was showed and a new Active Time Report exclusive was revealed called the Final Fantasy XV Progress Report (Vol. 1). In this progress reports various features of the game are shown which are currently in development.

You can watch the Active Time Report below. The next Active Time Report will be aired during the Tokyo Game Show which will take place from 17 till 20 September.

Final Fantasy Type-0

Square Enix has released the last trailer of Final Fantasy Type-0 HD, which is the launch trailer. Only one night to go for us European fans. North America and Japan already got the game. When you purchase the first print of the game, you'll also receive a download code for Final Fantasy XV: Episode Duscae.

Final Fantasy Type-0

On the PAX (Penny Arcade Expo) East, which was held in Boston (United States) last weekend, Square Enix has revealed a new trailer of Final Fantasy Type-0 HD. With only a week away from release, this might be one of the latest trailers of the game. Please mind that it can contain spoilers. Also footage from the Final Fantasy XV demo: Episode Discae is shown.

Final Fantasy Type-0 HD will be available for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One in North America on 17 March, in Japan on 19 March and Europe on 20 March.

Final Fantasy Type-0

Square Enix has released the final trailer for Final Fantasy Type-0 HD. This trailer is in Japanese and if you don't want to get spoiled, I suggest don't watch it. But after the Final Fantasy Type-0 HD footage there's extended footage of the Final Fantasy XV demo: Episode Duscae, which contains new scenes.

Final Fantasy Type-0 HD will be available for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One in North America on 17 March, in Japan on 19 March and Europe on 20 March. Episode Duscae will be playable on release and can be download with a voucher.

Final Fantasy Type-0

Square Enix has announced that they will release a collector's edition along the standard version of Final Fantasy Type-0 HD this spring. This collector's edition has a price tag of $99.99/£79.99/€99.99 and will include the following items:

  • Golden Steelbook Case
    Featuring illustrations by world-renowned artist Yoshitaka Amano, this premium case holds both the game and soundtrack CD.

  • Composers's selections soundtrack
    Includes 15 tracks hand-picked by the game's composer, Takeharu Ishimoto.

  • Final Fantasy Type-0 Manga
    A complete 200 page manga comic establishing the world and characters of the game.

  • 80 Page Art Book
    Dive into the war-torn land of Orience through its illustrations and art renders.

  • Ace's Cards
    Five life-size replicas of the iconic cards held by Class Zero's Ace.

  • Final Fantasy XV Episode Duscae Demo
    Every copy of the Collector’s Edition includes a code for the Final Fantasy XV playable demo.

Final Fantasy Type-0 HD collector's edition

Final Fantasy Type-0 HD will be released in North America on 17 March 2015, in Japan on 19 March 2015 and in Europe on 20 March 2015.

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