‘Final Fantasy XV’ Release Date For PS4 And Xbox One: Square Enix Drops Final Fantasy XV Details At Hong Hong PlayStation Event


'Final Fantasy XV' Release Date For PS4 And Xbox One: Square Enix Drops Final Fantasy XV Details At Hong Hong PlayStation Event
'Final Fantasy XV' Release Date For PS4 And Xbox One: Square Enix Drops Final Fantasy XV Details At Hong Hong PlayStation Event

‘Final Fantasy XV’ Release Date For PS4 And Xbox One: Square Enix is hinting at some new information about Final Fantasy XV.

During a special PlayStation Event in Hong Kong, Final Fantasy XV director, Hajime Tabata revealed that summons might change in the full game.

In the demo, summons could only be called when a player’s HP is zero.

Tabata said that Final Fantasy XV won’t be related to Final Fantasy XIII or Final Fantasy Type-0 HD, although they share the same “Fabula Nova Crystallis” mythology.

Final Fantasy XV Director Hajime Tabata explained women can potentially enter the party as “guest characters.” “It’s possible we’ll have female characters join the party as guests.

But since it’s an all-male party, when you have a female character as a guest, their behavior might change because a woman is around,” Tabata told Famitsu magazine.

“Speaking honestly, an all-male party feels almost more approachable for players,” Tabata told GameSpot.

“Even the presence of one female in the group will change their behaviour, so that they’ll act differently.

So to give the most natural feeling, to make them feel sincere and honest, having them all the same gender made sense in that way.” Tabata said “boys will be boys” scenarios wouldn’t be possible with women around.

“The world might be ready to see the curtain lifted on what boys do when girls aren’t around, when they come out of the tent all prim and proper.

That’s kind of the idea behind it…

we think, male or female player, that everyone will feel a certain connection and bond with the four characters,” he told GameSpot.

Tabata says gamers will be happy with the finished product.

“We really think that the feeling of the journey, adventure, and bonding that no other Final Fantasy has been able to do before, we’ll be able to achieve that in Final Fantasy XV,” Tabata said.

Square Enix will announce new details at the Electronic Entertainment Expo 2015 on June 16-18.

   

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