New images of the highly anticipated “Final Fantasy XV” have been released, giving fans a sneak peek into an exciting adventure.
The “Final Fantasy” franchise is well regarded by many fans, as it brings quality gameplay as well as narrative. The upcoming spin-off movie to promote the game titled “Kingsglaive: Final Fantasy XV” looks to be no exception as the images released teased the captivating journey ahead.
On the official website of “Kingsglaive: Final Fantasy XV” photos of the characters were uploaded. Seven of the characters including Lunafreya, Nyx, Regis, Drautos, Libertus, Luche and Crowe were seen.
The official website also provided descriptions of the characters in Japanese. With that, fans can expect an interesting story with all the characters. The developer of the game, Square Enix, released the synopsis of the movie. It explained that the movie will be set during a time before the happenings of the upcoming video game.
Fans will get to know the Kingsglaive, a group of warrior serving Lucis, who is Noctis’s father. The main character of the story is Nyx Ulric and his friends. Nyx will be joined by Lunafrena Nox Fleuret who is Noctis’ childhood friend. They will be joined by Drautos, who is the leader of the Kingsglaive. Libertus Ostium and Luche Lazarus will also accompany the group, along with Crowe Altius. Fans are looking forward to the upcoming movie as it is expected to bring stellar graphics.
With that, it will surely bring an interesting background for the upcoming Square Enix game, “Final Fantasy XV.”
The synopsis of the title read, “The only crystal left to the world lies in the Kingdom of Lucis Upon striking a peace with the garrison state of Niflheim, Lucis rejoices in having at last brought the cold war to a close. Their celebrations, however, are premature. Under the guise of amity, Niflheim dispels the anti-armament runewall and launches a full-scale invasion of the kingdom. The peaceful lives Crown Prince Noctis and his entourage once knew are consumed by the flames of war as they struggle to mount a resistance.”