Final Fantasy XV to be released this September, check out its gameplay demo
One of the most popular RPG franchises ever its 15th sequel later this year. The franchise’s next installment is predictably called Final Fantasy XV, and will arrive on Xbox One and PlayStation 4 on September 30, 2016.
At the E3 conference developer of the game, Square Enix showcased the new gam, by playing the first ever demo of Final Fantasy XV running on Xbox One. The demo showed off a part of the game called “Trial of Titan,” where developers fought against a huge titan.
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The video also showed us some new combat mechanics that weren’t characteristic to previous games from the Final Fantasy franchise. For example, there’s a new dash mode that teleports player from one place to another. This dash move is a good defensive mechanism as it allows you to dodge various attacks.
The demo was played from a single character’s perspective, but other characters were also present. This could mean that Trial of Titan will be a multiplayer mode, but Square Enix didn’t officially confirm anything, yet.
You can watch the first ever Final Fantasy XV demo video below:
Final Fantasy XV will be released on September 30 on Xbox One and PlayStation 4. We expect the game to be available for pre-order during this summer but once again, no official dates were mentioned.
What do you think about the new Final Fantasy game? Will you buy it when it gets released? Tell us in the comments below!
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