Square Enix is set to announce the Final Fantasy 15 release date at a special event in spring 2016.
It seems we may have to wait just a little longer to get our hands on Final Fantasy 15, but it is definitely coming in 2016 from the looks of things.
Square Enix announced yesterday that it plans to officially confirm the title’s release date at an event in March 2016.
This news came out of the Square Panel at PAX Prime this past weekend, which took place in Seattle, Washington over in the US.
The publisher gave very little away about the special event, but it will likely be focused on Final Fantasy 15. You can expect gameplay, reveals and finally, a release date when it rolls around next year.
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Final Fantasy 15 was first announced at E3 2006 as Final Fantasy Versus XIII, with the title taking under quite the transformation since then.
Final Fantasy 15: Episode Duscae, a short playable demo for the game was released alongside Final Fantasy Type-0 HD earlier this year.
The demo provided us with a small glimpse at what to expect from the upcoming RPG. The game will include a real-time battle system with contextually sensitive enemies and a world that changes naturally as you explore it.
A recent trailer by IGN provides us with an extensive look at the game world, and the fabulous hair of each character in your party.
Square Enix are aiming for a simultaneous worldwide release for Final Fantasy 15, which is set to launch in 2016 for PS4 and Xbox One.