“Final Fantasy XV” will have a worldwide simultaneous launch for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC platforms.
The upcoming release of the “Final Fantasy XV”game series was first announced in 2006.
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An article published in Forbes, considers this as a big gamble, as releasing the game worldwide simultaneously, though has its advantages, especially fans can enjoy the game across the world same time, but it presents many challenges to it developers and owners Square Enix.
In an interview with Gamespot last week, Hajime Tabatha, the director of Final Fantasy revealed that for the first time in the final fantasy series “Final fantasy XV” will have a simultaneous release worldwide. There is also a possibility that gamers can take an airship across“Final Fantasy XV“, but it could be saved for DLC, according to iDigitalTimes.
Quoting Polygon, Christian Today reports that Tabata’s revelation has already generated a buzz around the game. Hajime Tabata further shared that he as well as Square Enix were somewhat ill at ease even to discuss the simultaneous launch, primarily because they were relatively inexperienced in this task.
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While a 2016 release would give Square Enix plenty of time to polish a feature-complete game, that isn’t the case with Final Fantasy XV. Usually, the company released the game in Japan first and, sunsequently, about six months later, the game would be released in other regions like Europe and North America. It’s something that Final Fantasy fans have been desiring for a while now and may very well be a reason for the game’s initial delay from 2015 into 2016. This is opening up speculation that players may be given the option of listening to the game in English, Japanese, or perhaps their own native language. This has come as good news for Final fantasy fans across the world, which had to wait for the release in their home country for the release.