Kingsglaive: Final Fantasy XV is what you’d get if you took two hours of JRPG cutscenes and edited them into a movie: It’s oddly paced, confusing, and full of corny dialogue. It’s also surprisingly fun to watch.
The second half, says FFXV director Hajime Tabata, goes linear.
To be fair, the $90 ‘Deluxe’ edition of Final Fantasy XV doesn’t contain a DLC season pass either, but then it’s not calling itself ‘Ultimate.’
Straight out of Gamescom, here’s a ton of new footage from the freshly delayed Final Fantasy XV, which will be out on November 29 for PS4 and Xbox One. There’s driving, chocobo riding, fishing, and lots of other promising activities.
Remember when rumors of a No Man’s Sky delay led to outrage, fan hysteria, and amateur detectives calling dozens of GameStops? Would you believe me if I told you the same thing just happened again?
It’s been ten years: what’s two more months?
I don’t really like Florence + The Machine and I haven’t really been following FFXV’s development, so this came as a surprise. But these songs, in all honesty, are lush and beautiful in a way that I think the franchise deserves.
We’re just a month and a half away from Final Fantasy XV, an RPG ten years in the making. And because this is 2016, there’s already a season pass.
This is the trailer for Lost Soul Aside. It’s made in Unreal Engine 4 and inspired by Final Fantasy XV. Neat!
The U.S. version of Kingsglaive Final Fantasy XV will be released digitally on August 30, followed by a Blu-ray and DVD release October 4. Check out the latest trailer. revealed alongside the release dates at San Diego Comic-Con this weekend.
Here’s a look at A King’s Tale: Final Fantasy XV, the sidescrolling beat’em’up that’ll launch alongside FFXV in September. It’s a GameStop pre-order bonus right now, though it’s a safe guess that you’ll be able to get it separately later.
We’re nearly three months away from the launch of Final Fantasy XV, which means there’s a whole lot of pressure on director Hajime Tabata.
The director of Final Fantasy XV says they haven’t worked with the new consoles from Microsoft or Sony yet. In fact, he says he found out about the upcoming Project Scorpio while sitting in Microsoft’s green room.
The flying is smooth. The landing? Not so much.
Prompto Argentum is razor thin, sports Final Fantasy hair and wears Final Fantasy style clothes. But he wasn’t always that way.
Good news for old-school Final Fantasy fans who miss turn-based combat: FFXV will offer an option called Wait Mode, letting you freeze time and pick attacks at your own leisure.
You’ll be able to play as Prompto in the “Final Fantasy XV VR experience,” which Sony announced tonight at their E3 conference. The new RPG, which comes out September 30, will support PlayStation VR for a certain mode.
Demonstrated at Microsoft’s press conference today—yes, a JRPG at a Microsoft press conference!—here’s the Titan battle in Final Fantasy XV. Presumably you get to summon him once you take him down.
CGI feature film Kingsglaive: Final Fantasy XV is set before the events of Final Fantasy XV. As we’ve seen, the movie looks beautiful. But now, let’s get to know the incredibly real looking characters of Kingsglaive.