Final Fantasy XV Demo Trailer Tempts And Teases Gamers


Square Enix released a new trailer for the upcoming Final Fantasy XV demo that’s packaged in with Final Fantasy Type-0 HD due out for the Xbox One and PS4 on March 17th. The trailer is short, simple, sweet and tempts players to make the plunge for Final Fantasy Type-0 in order to get some play-time in with the highly anticipated JRPG.

The video is only a minute and 21 seconds long, but it offers teasing look at the visually spectacular world that Square is crafting with the eighth-gen Final Fantasy sequel that was originally known as Final Fantasy Versus XIII. You can check out the video below.

We don’t actually see a lot of gameplay in the trailer at all. Instead we see a whole lot of cinematics, some perky assets on Cidney, a few classic bosses from the old-school Final Fantasy titles and the Abercrombie and Fitch crew running around.

I do have to admit that the animations for the characters look really good. I like the slight arm flailing from the main character, Noctis. It looked rally natural.

We still haven’t had any thorough gameplay examples, though. We’ve seen combat and town exploration in spurts, but nothing cohesive. Everything is hacked and part of snippets here and there. I’m really interested in seeing what some solid gameplay looks like; like one entire gameplay segment that shows a little bit of exploration and then what it’s like heading into the battlefield.

I’m sure when the demo goes live we’ll have plenty of YouTube videos detailing the game and every single inch of its playability, but we’ll have to wait until March 17th before that moment arrives.

You can pre-order Final Fantasy Type-0 HD to gain access to the Final Fantasy XV demo, or you can wait for someone else to buy it and watch them play it via YouTube/Twitch. You can learn more about the upcoming Final Fantasy titles by paying a kind visit to the official website.



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