The Active Time Report for “Final Fantasy XV,” which was only live streamed in Japanese, has recently concluded revealing new updates regarding the game.
The developer, Square Enix, has also announced new developments with the other projects that was revealed during “Uncover: Final Fantasy XV” which took place last March 30.
One of the latest news regarding the anticipated video game is the reproduction of the “Final Fantasy XV” collector’s edition. According to Gamespot, when the pre-order was made available, it was sold out rapidly. Because of this, the company decided to create more of the collector’s edition. However, there is no guarantee that it would be able to make it in time for the release date of the video game, but the company would still give its full effort to meet customer demand.
Prior to the launch of the game, a movie and an animated miniseries will also be released and these are which are “Kingsglaive: Final Fantasy XV” and “Brotherhood: Final Fantasy XV,” respectively. Both will focus on the history of the game and also the relationship between the other characters and the main character, Prince Noctis.
In addition to this, it was also announced in the Active Time Report that “Kingsglaive” will be released in Japan on July 9, with tickets starting to sell on April 23. However, there is no need to watch the movie and the miniseries in order to appreciate the game itself.
Information regarding “Justice Monsters V,” a free-to-play mini game, was also revealed during the event. The pre-registration count for the app has already reached over 90,000 people. The mobile app will already be available for download next week. The iOS version of the mobile app will be released in June.
Fans are expected to learn a new set of information regarding the franchise at the next Active Time Report which will take place at the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) 2016, a yearly convention for the video game industry. Square Enix is already reportedly preparing for the said event.
The launch of “Final Fantasy XV” will be on Sept. 30 for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.