'Final Fantasy XV' Release Date, News & Update: Things Players Should Expect! How To Download 'Final Judgment Disc’? More Gameplay Details Revealed

By Kaye Reese , Updated Nov 18, 2016 09:37 AM EST

In preparation for the upcoming launch of Square Enix's "Final Fantasy XV," the studio released one more gameplay sampler to sustain momentum among its avid fanbase. Called the "Judgment Disc," it's an actual portion from the final game, and includes the tutorial and introductory chapter. But while it's currently available exclusively for Japanese PSN and Xbox stores, don't fret: there's a workaround for those who wish to play "Final Fantasy XV" final demo game.

How to get Judgment Disc

For players who don't mind tinkering around with an unfamiliar language, there's a way to get their hands on "Final Fantasy XV" Judgment Disc. For those with the PS4 version, they can start by creating a new PSN account and placing in any physical address in Japan. For XBox One users, they must log in onto Gamertag and enter Settings > System > Language > Location and setting it to Japan.

The next thing to do is to go to the Japanese storefront and look for the "Final Fantasy XV" Judgment Disc, which is around 13.5 GB, according to USGamer.net. It takes about an hour and a half to complete one playthrough and also serves as a way for fans to gauge the product before launch.

What to expect from 'Final Fantasy XV' Judgment Disc

However, players shouldn't expect much from the "Final Fantasy XV" Judgment Disc, as several reports found that the demo is still riddled with several bugs and glitches. However, director Hajime Tabata took to Twitter to appease such concerns, saying that the team is working to fix all bugs and glitches via amendment patches and recommended that fans watch Kingsglaive, especially those who are curious about the battle of Noctis' father, Regis, in the background.

Excited for "Final Fantasy XV"? The Square Enix game will launch on Nov. 29 on XBox, PS4 and PC.

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