I know all of you were hoping, just as I was, to see some BIG reveals happening at E3 announcing Final Fantasy XV. Well, it seems we are in for yet another disappointment!
According to Final Fantasy XV director Hajime Tabata the team just doesn’t have time to get the information ready for E3. Instead they plan to have it make its first appearance at Gamescom in August. There is supposed to be a short trailer at E3 but that will be the extent of it.
It does open up a lot of other titles for Square Enix to bring to the plate at E3. I’m sure you’re all as disappointed as I am but we all know it won’t be coming to our PS4s this year anyway so what’s a few more months? It’s been almost a decade since the announcement of Final Fantasy Verus XIII so this should seem like a walk in the park.
Also, if you were lucky enough to snag one of the demo copies, Final Fantasy XV: Episode Duscae, that came with Final Fantasy Type-0HD then you know there are a few shortcomings in it. Well, Square Enix plans to address them.
According to information on the web there will be an update soon for Episode Duscae that will fix some of the issues like the camera and targeting system while possibly adding a dodge-roll. Here is a quote from IGN:
“As regards other possible features the game may get, director Hajime Tabata suggests you may be able to do quests in which you’re paired with one or two other characters, provoking different conversations. When the party regroups at the night’s camp, different characters may bring back different items.”
Set to hit your PS4 sometime in late May, it will surely be a welcomed addition to the gameplay! Thanks for reading and HAPPY GAMING!!