'Final Fantasy XV' Release Date, News & Update: Game Meets AMEX, Won't Be Available In Nintendo NX? Better Graphic, Characters & Gameplay!
Not Be Available In Nintendo NX
Fans are disappointed as "Final Fantasy XV" on the Nintendo NX might not be available.
But Enix has been releasing news at a consistent rate in regard to gameplay, graphics, and more. We've seen the journey of Noctis and his friends and how they will deal with some of their enemies in the "Final Fantasy" universe. But sadly, not every console will be seeing the game ported.
We know that "Final Fantasy XV" will happen in PlayStation 4 and Xbox One consoles, but it looks like that Square Enix has no plans to port the game over to the Nintendo NX. According to Inquistr, the game director Hajime Tabata revealed that the Square Enix team is not focusing on bringing "Final Fantasy XV" to Nintendo's upcoming console but on Playstation 4 and Xbox One.
Better Graphic, Characters & Gameplay
University Herald wrote that the new "Final Fantasy XV" will have complicated graphics in its battle system. The game will also have physics in the executions and animations of magic spell like casting magic ice spells and will make use of specular reflection.
The character's outdoor environment will be added with clouds movement and wind effects like how we see it in reality. Aside from the actual rains, there will also be rippling effect on the when it falls, Dual Shocker reported.
And about the gameplay, different options will be available for players to choose from when it comes to defeating the bosses. Tabata, the game developer, says that there will be more different strategies which players can explore.
Game Meets American Express
On post in Crunchyroll, it said that the game will feature product placement from American Express, with the logo found in the game on a shop window. Plus, all Japanese American Express users who can get a Gold Card in Japan before August 30 will be given a new copy of "Final Fantasy XV."
And the first hundred customers to get the cards will have a Play Arts Kai Noctis figure. While for those who spends over 150,000 yen in three months will get a 10,000 yen gift card with one of the main characters of "Final Fantasy XV" inscribe on the front.
Voice Behind Characters
English actors Sean Bean, who stars as King Regis, and actor Aaron Paul form Breaking Bad will play the role of Nyx, a Kingsglaive member whose duty is to protect the oracle of Lunafrey who is played by Lena Headey of "Game of Thrones." The game is scheduled to release worldwide for both PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on September 30.
Stay tuned to Game & Guide for more "Final Fantasy XV" news!