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Jun 03, 2016 10:14 AM EDT

'Final Fantasy XV' Updates, Features, Rumors: Square Enix To Lauch 'Final Fantasy XV' On PS4, Xbox One; Skips PC? [VIDEO]


Latest "Final Fantasy XV" updates reveal rumor about amazing new features included to the forthcoming upgrade. Additionally, the release date is set to come soon. However, Square Enix  will make the game available only to PlayStation 4 and Xbox One and not on PC version.

"Final Fantasy XV" new gameplay and setup is stand out compared to other console games and its preceding versions. Some of the textures that embody action and brawl will be retained which means it will remain as an RPG segment up to its core, Game N Guide reported.  

Kotaku has revealed more detailed information. The post says that protagonist Noctis will be featured with seven tyoes of weapon in his Armiger Arsenal while the weapons in Armiger will be linked to the whole game segment, Kotaku posted.

Moreover, speculations regarding the airship suggest that gamers will struggle in the unstable levels. These will apparently arise along with the fast-phase travel to location features. But some developers from Japan ask that more details must be released.

Meanwhile, overall legacy of "Final Fantasy XV" is threatened. Some viewers have gone weary regarding the dull features which have been integrated on the game in the past years. Although these criticisms have come into the scene, the game has not lost its charm to the general audience. However, if the game is aimed to get a wider audience and bigger impact, its game developers will need to slip in major changes in the game so that it can retake its glory, Game N Guide added.  

"Final Fantasy XV" is scheduled for release on September 2016. The issue regarding its appearance on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One and skipping the PC release has been debunked. All for the Final Fantasy enthusiast, a PC segment are on the works but no date has been released yet, Game N Guide said.


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