‘Final Fantasy XV’ Release Date, News & Update: Developer Weigh In On PS4 Pro Support; Enhanced Graphics For Regular PS4 [VIDEO]


"Final Fantasy XV" will have support for PS4 Pro according to recent reports. Since the new console is expected to be more powerful than the regular PS4, the developers are likely to use the additional power to enhance the game's visual fidelity.

The "Final Fantasy XV" director Hajime Tabata discussed in an interview about the difference of the PS4 Pro hardware from a regular PS4 based on an active time report at TGS 2016. Tabata also mentioned that PS4 Pro's recent reveal has kept them from setting a time to adequately showcase the game on a new hardware.

Tabata also confirmed about the studio's plan to support the game fully at launch, which means those who purchase a PS4 Pro may also enjoy "Final Fantasy XV" with enhanced visuals on their hardware. Moreover, he assured the regular PS4 users of a polished game on a regular PS4 hardware, like trees that looked like a poor quality in the Gamescon master footage.

Meanwhile, "Brotherhood" is reportedly taking the fine steps to make the game's lead characters appear more reliable by providing problems and character traits that anyone may have. One example of this is found on its second episode when it turns the focus on Prompto, a character known as the outgoing goofball in the group. This anime episode is reported to create a piece of a different idea, as Prompto was once a socially awkward outcast, but also had some bits of a problem during his younger years.

The young Prompto would find out that a pooch belongs to Princess Lunafreya Nox Fleuret following the discovery of an injured stray dog and eventually take care of it. Luna then assumes that Prompto is Noctis' friend and was asked to remain a good friend to the prince, WCCF Tech reported. 

"Final Fantasy XV" is set to be released on Nov. 29 for Xbox One and PS4, Dualshockers reported. "FINAL FANTASY XV" Lunafreya Nox Fleuret - Design Comparison | TGS 2015 vs. 2016


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