LOS ANGELES (Sept. 21, 2015) – During the most recent Active Time Report (ATR) at Tokyo Game Show, SQUARE ENIX revealed further story details around two of FINAL FANTASY XV’s major characters, King Regis and the courageous Luna. New gameplay video was also revealed at TGS 2015, giving players a glimpse of the series’ favorite feathered mount, the chocobo, as well as the dynamics of the new fishing system.
The latest ATR Snapshot recapping all of the information revealed can be viewed below:
A subtitled version of the full ATR from TGS will be available at a later date. The new chocobo and fishing gameplay video can also be viewed here:
Players looking for additional information about FINAL FANTASY XV can tune into the next ATR, slated to take place at the end of the year, which will reveal details around the powerful and menacing Empire of Niflheim.
Lastly, FINAL FANTASY TYPE-0 ONLINE for mobile devices (iOS, Android, Windows Phone) and Windows PC was also announced at the show. Revisiting the familiar world of Orience, the game is set in a parallel world to FINAL FANTASY TYPE-0 and will feature multiplayer online, action-RPG gameplay. The game is currently in development and is slated to launch in Japan in 2016. The title’s availability for North America and Europe is currently under consideration.
Details on the Lore of FINAL FANTASY XV
In the Kingdom of Lucis, King Regis has maintained a protective barrier around the crown city by channeling the magical energy of the crystal, but the strain has taken a toll on his body. Aged and weakened, with the imperial might of Niflheim at his doorstep and his wall on the verge of collapse, the king finds himself, his beloved son, and his kingdom defenseless.
Meanwhile, in Tenebrae, Luna’s sacred status as Oracle has elicited a degree of autonomy for the former kingdom, but she must still stand firm in the face of the imperial occupation. By her side stands the mysterious, black-haired Gentiana.
FINAL FANTASY XV will release in 2016 for PS4 and Xbox One.
Source: Press Release