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Final Fantasy 15 release date on the way, combat looking awesome

Square-Enix has promised to unveil the Final Fantasy 15 release on March 30 and has shown off some awesome-looking combat footage.

Over the weekend, Square-Enix delivered its latest progress report for Final Fantasy 15.

During the live stream, the developer stated that the Final Fantasy 15 release date will be revealed on March 30.

Although the below video of the steam is all in Japanese, FF15 Director Hajime Tabata and Global Marketing Director Akio Ofuji discussed the game’s progress, stating that everything is “better than 50% done”.

We recommend using the slightly dodgy auto-generated subtitles found on YouTube, but around 28 minutes through you can take a look at the concept art from Niflheim. This lasts around 10 minutes.

Then you’ll be able to enjoy the three-minute demo of Final Fantasy 15 combat, which starts around the 40-minute mark.

People are already drawing comparisons between Final Fantasy 15 and Metal Gear Solid combat, which is certainly looking more kick-ass than ever.

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The March 30 event will cover all the last details about the game, including that elusive launch date, and any collector’s editions.

It will be held in Los Angeles at the Shrine Auditorium, and for anyone who can’t make it, the event will also be live streamed.

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