'Final Fantasy XV' Will Feature Seven Summons; Square Enix Hints A Digital Premium Edition For The Game Featuring Season Bonuses [VIDEO]By Vinay Patel, UniversityHerald Reporter
Looks like a good news for "Final Fantasy" fans as Square Enix announced that "Final Fantasy XV" will feature a "Digital Premium Edition" as the content is now available for pre-order online via PlayStation Store at $84.99.
The "Digital Premium Edition" will boast a "Season Pass" upgrade and users can access it when they pre-order "Final Fantasy XV" prior to its scheduled September launch.
Although there is no information regarding the kind of content Square Enix will roll out for the "Final Fantasy XV" season pass, the Japanese video game mogul will probably put in their post-launch ideas within the title. Moreover, there are speculations doing rounds hinting an array of boss battles in the Colosseum, expanded storylines, new weapons and a new car within "Final Fantasy XV", GearNuke reported.
In other news, Square Enix rolled out another game trailer for "Final Fantasy XV" that accentuates its "Real Time Technologies" during fights.
The video showcases at least seven different summons in "Final Fantasy XV." One classic "Final Fantasy" summon, Shiva, will make an appearance in the game along with Carbuncle, Leviarthon, Titan and Ramuh, WCCFTech reported.
Moreover, game director Hajime Tabata affirmed that the studio does not intend to bring "Final Fantasy XV" to the Nintendo NX console as their current focus is on the Xbox One and PS4 consoles.
Square Enix might give developing "Final Fantasy XV" for other game platforms including PC, Xbox Scorpio and PlayStation Neo a shot very soon.
In addition, "Final Fantasy XV" will boast a Dialogue Choices during the story mode as gamers will have to pick multiple answers and also choose what impact this will have on the flow of the story. There will be a slew of shops from where gamers can purchase weapons, food, potions as well as other means of supplies.
Diners are alternative source of information brokers that will allow them to do Subjugation Quests in the game. In order to continue the journey, gamers can put gas on the Regalia from one of the gas stations that are there for them.
Mobhunts enable gamers to stalk monsters for bounty prizes. Plus, there are co-op battle links for every character as Noctis will merge attacks with Gladiolus, Prompto and Ignis. Furthermore, gamers will also have access to commands that let them give others for three characters to strike.
Square Enix unraveled a new demo for "Final Fantasy XV" at Gamescom 2016.
"Final Fantasy XV" is slated to hit the store shelves on September 30 for Xbox One and PS4 consoles.