'Final Fantasy V' Release Date, News & Updates: Gameplay Footage Unveiled, Hints Potential Approach for Title; Is Square Enix Trying to Stall?

By Dannel Picaccio Camille Perez Lozano , Updated Sep 27, 2016 10:43 AM EDT
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"Final Fantasy XV" has surely spent a long time coming forth with the latest news coming inch by inch. With such a big saga to follow, Square Enix may have both broken and made the game as it slowly shows what the world can expect from it-which has already begun with "Kingsglaive: Final Fantasy XV."

As some may already know, "Final Fantasy XV" is over two months away from its release, which may make it the other massive feat for Square Enix aside from the fellow "Final Fantasy VII Remake" title. Features-wise, the game seemingly aims to go a little vintage.

According to News Every Day, "Final Fantasy XV" recently launched game play footage that lasts for about twenty eight minutes. In the same manner, the EGX event in Birmingham streamed over forty minutes of footage to all fans present.

"Final Fantasy XV" was reported to have went on and used the identical classic opener used by the predecessors, as well as other role playing games alike. This has led to the speculation that despite the title's somewhat advanced totality, there could be traces or even parts that could be "old school" for some to say.

As per Dual Shockers, the Xbox One preview gave audiences a rather amusing glimpse of what "Final Fantasy XV" will provide. Some may already know for the moment that the game comes as a sheer continuity to the film "Kingsglaive: Final Fantasy XV" wherein Noctis and his friends go on a journey to reclaim their rightful kingdom.

So far, the gameplay footage allocated for "Final Fantasy XV" has proven to be an effective strategy for Square Enix to keep fans on their tail while it is yet to be released. Regardless of Square Enix's plan for the title may be, the Square Enix entry has not released word of any chance that the game can come earlier despite the accomplishments that the team has made.

"Final Fantasy XV" is rigged with new interactive, cooperative features and new technological advancements for their characters. In the same manner, firearms are an option to perhaps add a bit more spice to the hack-and-slash theme that has been seen conventionally.

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