'Final Fantasy XV' Gameplay: Square Enix Showcases The First 45 Minutes Of 'FFXV' Gameplay [VIDEO]


Just a month ahead of "Final Fantasy XV's" release date, Square Enix held an event for the upcoming role-playing video game showcasing the first 45 minutes of "FFXV."

Several publications were able to get their hands on the incredible footage, which is from the base version of the final build without any patches. Furthermore, it has already been announced that the game will support PS4 Pro. Take a look at Polygon's spoiler-free video (via PlayStationLifestyle) below:

In other news, "FFXV" game director Hajime Tabata hosted a stage presentation and showed off some extremely impressive "Final Fantasy XV" gameplay, unveiling activities such as fishing, Chocobos and more. In addition, Tabata also unveiled the game's awe-inspiring environments and more, SegmentNext reported.

Meanwhile, Square Enix has filed a new trademark dubbed Luminous Studio Pro. The trademark was filed by the game studio on Sept. 12 within the following classes: 9 for games, 41 for online games, 42 for design for software.

The said trademark is not similar to the filing Square Enix made back in 2012 for Luminous Studio. There's a possibility that it could be an all-new version of Luminous Engine, which is used to develop "FFXV."

But that's not all! The game developer is also gearing up to debut a "World Of Final Fantasy" demo, which is slated to come to Japanese PlayStation consoles between Oct. 17 and Oct. 24. The said demo is specifically created to give fans a sneak peek of the game, but will not be part of the final game.

"Final Fantasy XV" is slated to hit the store shelves on Nov. 29 for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Although Tabata has hinted a PC version of the game, there are hearsays that it's not likely to roll out anytime soon.

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