Apr 03, 2017 10:03 AM EDT
‘Final Fantasy XV: A New Empire’ Spinoff Launches On Mobile Platforms [VIDEO]
"Final Fantasy XV: A New Empire" was recently launched by western studio Machine Zone on iTunes. The mobile game was approved by Square Enix because they wanted to expand the game's universe to other platforms like on mobile phones.
"Final Fantasy XV" Mobile Game Details
In "Final Fantasy XV: A New Empire," players can choose their own hero in their own adventure. This is a new mobile strategy game that has the elements from the popular game on the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, "Final Fantasy XV." They can build their own kingdom, learn powerful magic for their own purposes, and conquer the world together with their comrades, according to the official website of iTunes.
Players will be able to control Noctis, Cindy, or any of the characters from the console video game. Their goal in this game will be to create their own Empire and train their troops to win different battles in several missions. They can also join a Guild, or ally with other powerful forces, according to the official website of the mobile game.
The game combines the beautiful soundtrack, story, and unique characters of the main game that makes it familiar, yet a unique experience for players. It wants to appeal to the casual mobile gamers out there who are looking for a good alternative to their usual mobile game titles, and the fans of the franchise.
"Final Fantasy XV: A New Empire" Now On iTunes
"Final Fantasy XV: A New Empire" can be downloaded right now from iTunes for free. For Android device owners, they will have to wait for a while for their version to come out in the near future.
"Final Fantasy XV" Art Director Leaves Square Enix
In other "Final Fantasy XV" related news, the art director of the video game, Isamu Kamikokuryo tweeted that he has left Square Enix. He also thanked the game company for the opportunity to work with so many talented professionals. He will be dedicating himself on drawing in the future while taking on some freelance art director work on the side.
昨日、3/31日付けでスクウェア・エニックスを退社しました。— 上国料 勇 (@kamikoku2009) April 1, 2017
Some fans of the game franchise thanked for his hard work on the latest video game. Other fans are worried that other major players in Square Enix will be leaving since this is the second one that has left the company, posted a member of NeoGAF on its official forums.
Check out the "Final Fantasy XV" Spring 2017 update video below:
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