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Jul 12, 2016 11:16 AM EDT

‘Final Fantasy XV’ News & Update: PlayStation VR Gameplay’s Off-Screen Video Emerges

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During the Japan Expo event in Paris-Nord Villepinte Exhibition Center - France, attendees had a favorable time to play the PlayStation VR portion of Square Enix's "Final Fantasy XV."

The off-screen footage of the upcoming action role-playing video game showcased what the gameplay is like.

Fans should take note that the full game of "Final Fantasy 15" is not suitable for being played using the PlayStation VR device. The Virtual Reality (VR) section is a special optional mode in the video game where a gamer gets to play as Prompto. The players will be able to see the game world through their eyes, based on the report of Attack Of The Fanboy.

The "Final Fantasy" demo that was played by gamers at the Japan Expo, the players assume the role of Prompto Argentum, a party member in "Final Fantasy XV," as he shoots his weapon at the Behemoth. When the FFXV demo came out last year, Behemoth is the same boss that fans had to confront and deal with.

The footage of the "Final Fantasy XV" seemed to make the VR experience more like a light-gun title. The player will use the PlayStation Move trigger to fire their weapon as they look around with the headset in first-person.

On the other hand, during a lecture at Bitsummit livestreamed on the video sharing website Nico Nico, Hironobu Sakaguchi (creator of the Final Fantasy series) unleashed a few interesting things about the computer-generated imagery (CGI) that features in the film, "Final Fantasy XV: Kingsglaive."

The video game creator stated that the visuals are better compared to the trailer, and the story of the film is great, according to Dual Shockers.

In addition, video game company Square Enix has put on display the North American box art for "Final Fantasy XV." However, the box art has been removed, but Noctics was spotted standing in the middle, Breathecast reported.

Watch the small piece of "Final Fantasy XV" footage below:

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