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Here's 30 Minutes of Final Fantasy 15 Gameplay in Japanese

News Bot Aug 29, 2016

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    News Bot Chaos Immortal

    Final Fantasy XV's delay might have been a bummer, but you can now watch 30 minutes of new gameplay footage from the long-awaited game.
    Square Enix has published a 33-minute video for the RPG on YouTube. It's only in Japanese (watch 50-plus minutes of English footage here), so you might miss out on the dialogue, but gameplay is gameplay. On display here are a series of battle and driving sequences, while the trailer also shows off the game's lovely looking visuals. Take a look:

    According to people on NeoGAF (via Polygon), the video contains footage captured on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, which explains why it might look different in some sequences. Forum users also mention that not all of this footage is completely new.
    According to Nova Crystallis, both versions run at 30 FPS, though Sony's PS4 has the advantage right now in terms of resolution. Optimization efforts may still be ongoing.
    They are still working on it. Currently FFXV runs at:
    PS4: 900-1080p at close to 30FPS.
    Xbox One: 756-900p at close to 30FPS.
    — Nova Crystallis (@Nova_Crystallis) August 28, 2016
    Following a recent delay, Final Fantasy XV is now slated for release on November 29 for PS4 and Xbox One. Director Hajime Tabata told GameSpot recently as part of a wide-ranging interview that it was delayed so that contents of a day-one patch could instead be included on-disc. He also said he has no plans to expand Final Fantasy XV into a Lightning Trilogy-style series, instead preferring to to simply leverage what the team has learned developing it.
    In other news about Final Fantasy XV, Tabata explained recently that the game's open world becomes more linear in the second half. You can also watch more than 50 minutes of gameplay footage here...and this is in English.


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