‘Final Fantasy XV’: New gameplay footages leaked, showcases more of Noctis’ skills, Report

'Final Fantasy XV': New gameplay footages leaked, showcases more of Noctis' skills, Report
'Final Fantasy XV': New gameplay footages leaked, showcases more of Noctis' skills, Report

Square Enix Japan has just released an all-new batch of screenshots of Final Fantasy XV in action, giving fans a deeper glimpse at a few different aspects of the game.

These new Final Fantasy XV screenshots give us a good look of the Ice Queen Shiva, Altissia the city upon the water, and more.

The first batch of screenshots is all about Ice Queen Shiva. One of the screenshots is a closeup shot of the Ice Queen and the rest showcase Noctis freezing and the Ice Queens are circling him.

Moving ahead we have screenshots of Altissia, the capital of Accordia, which is considered one of the most important places in Final Fantasy XV. Everything about this city looks beautiful the buildings, the canals, and crowded places are beautifully detailed.

The PlayStation 4 Pro patch for Final Fantasy XV will drop in December and Square Enix has also detailed the enhancements for the game on the upgraded console.

According to the devs, Final Fantasy XV will have a 4K display mode at 30 frames per second, and a 1080p display mode where the FPS will vary between 45- 60 FPS. But there is still time before the game launches so the developers will keep on working for a stable 60 frames per second.

Also, a new demo for the game is now available in Japan for both PS4 and Xbox One. The demo features the game’s opening and the first half of the first chapter of the game. The demo will give players almost an hour and a half worth of playtime. Those who complete it will be rewarded with a trailer.

Final Fantasy XV is scheduled to launch on November 29, 2016 for Xbox One and PlayStation 4.

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