'Final Fantasy XV Latest News and Updates: 'Final Fantasy XV' Launched After 10 Years of Development, Game Receives Great Early Reviews

By Kevin Panganiban , Updated Nov 30, 2016 10:51 AM EST

At long last, "Final Fantasy XV" has just been released after its 10 years of development and gamers are pretty much ecstatic about it.  "Final Fantasy XV" for both Xbox One and PlayStation 4 versions are finally out, and the game is already receiving great reviews from the players.

"Final Fantasy XV" is considered as the fifteenth installment in the Final Fantasy series and revolves around the main character, Noctis, who as a child fell into a deep slumber caused by an injury and must survive through the magical world, fight monsters and collect weapons with the aid of a creature called Carbuncle. Only those who were able to complete the demo will be able to get Carbuncle in the actual game.

According to International Business Times, when players load the game for the first time, it will give you the chance to either go directly to the game or have the option to go through the combat tutorial and review the lore of Eros. This will help you get a hang of the actual gameplay which includes the elements of combat.

Keep in mind that the game mainly revolves on fighting monsters. "Final Fantasy XV" offers a completely new world and with it are new beasts that need to be slain. Each monster kill will help increase your experience points and help you get more rewards and increase your rank as a hunter. Hunting beasts can help you get more gil as well.

One of the tips that early gamers would often advise is that "Final Fantasy XV" has less magic but with more items. It will give you a wide range of potions, phoenix downs, and even elixirs during battles, Mirror reported. it would be much better if you start stacking them up while you go through each village."Final Fantasy XV" was released on November 29 for both PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

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