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Oct 27, 2016 12:57 AM EDT

'Final Fantasy XV' New Gameplay Trailer Shows How Moogles Actually Work [VIDEO]; ‘Omen’ Arrives Oct. 27

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As a reward for reaching desired number of followers for its Moogle Collection campaign on Twitter, Square Enix released a brand new trailer that sheds more light on how the moogle dolls will operate as gameplay devices, serving as bait in battle.

Moogles appear in "Final Fantasy XV" as usable items. Ideally, normal enemies will continue attacking the moogle dolls until it is destroyed. Another advantage of these coveted creatures is that they can be used to compel enemies to assemble in a specific spot. As soon as that is done, players can attack the enemies using an area spell. However, players should bear in mind that this will affect the moogle too, DualShocker reported. It's worth noting that certain enemies will not be affected by the decoy effect.

Meanwhile, another report from PlayStationLifestyle claim that Square Enix is prepping to release Moogle developer interview, but not until it has 1,000 more followers for its JP account, and 4,200 more for its EN account. If the curiosity surrounding "FFXV" is anything to go by, reaching this benchmark shouldn't be a challenge.

Meanwhile, another "Final Fantasy XV" video could be in the offing. Square Enix took to its official "FFXV" Twitter account to post an image using #OmenFFXV. The brief tweet featured a link to the upcoming game's YouTube channel along with a message that indicated the new video will arrive Oct. 27 at 7am PT/10am ET.

Interestingly, Omen is scheduled to be unveiled soon after Hajime Tabata spills the beans about the long awaited "Final Fantasy XV" at Paris Games Week. In other words, the two events could be linked.

Square Enix has kept Omen under wraps, and there's even a possibility that the studio will not reveal it at all. Taking its proximity to Paris Games Week into consideration, and the fact that it's making an appearance on their official YouTube channel, it looks like it could be an all-new trailer. There is also a possibility that it could simply be a music video, as both, "Final Fantasy VI" and "Final Fantasy X" feature songs on their soundtrack called "Omen."

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