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'Final Fantasy XV' News: Release date, 'Kingsglaive' Film; More 'Ultimate Collector's Edition' From Square Enix Soon! [VIDEO]


The new details of the upcoming Ultimate Collector's Edition and Time Active Report are coming soon. Game director Hajime Tabata and Aniplz publicity producer Toshiyuki Kanzezawa confirmed that the premiere date for "Kingsglaive: Final Fantasy XV" will be announced on July 29.

The CGI movie will be shown during the "Final Fantasy XV" event the plot focuses on King Regis, played by Sean Bean. Nyx (Aaron Paul) is also a new character that will be introduced in "Kingsglaive: Final Fantasy XV." Luna will also make an appearance, played by Lena Headey. Tickets for the film will be sold on April 23, Yibada reported.

Square Enix also unfolded the latest detail on "Final Fantasy XV" via its Active Time Report this month. The developer confirmed that there is no new information on the Japanese video game as they target to review other aspects. The "Final Fantasy XV" app named "Justice Monster V" will debut next week on Android. The iOS version will be released on June, while Windows 10 will be launched during summer. Moreover, more than 90,000 gamers enlisted for the app. "FFXV" will have a new game plus mode and gamers would not need to watch "Kingsglaive" or even the anime to play the game, Hardcore Gamer reported.

On the other news, "FFXV" developer verified that the "Final Fantasy XV Collector's Edition" during last month's uncovered event earned almost $270, the film also announced that only 10,000 would be created. This edition comes with a statue of Noctis, a lot of in-game goodies, artbook and two steelbook cases. Siliconera reported that Square Enix will disclose more "big" information about "FFXV" in the 2016 Electronic Entertainment Expo event.

"Final Fantasy XV" will be released on Sept. 30 for Xbox One and PS4 consoles. Know more about "Kingsglaive" by watching the video below.

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