Final Fantasy fans who don’t speak Japanese or read moonrunes, don’t despair!
Square Enix is generous enough to release the 50-minute presentation of Final Fantasy XV and Final Fantasy Type-0 HD in glorious English subtitles. Now non-Japanese speaking fans can get an update of the upcoming Final Fantasy titles “straight from the horse’s mouth.” The presenters are Hajime Tabata, director of Final Fantasy XV and Final Fantasy Type-0 HD and Akio Ofuji, manager of the Marketing Division.
Final Fantasy Type- 0 HD is coming to PS 4 and Xbox One in North America and Europe on 17 March and 20 March 2015 respectively, packed with a voucher for Final Fantasy XV demo called “Episode Duscae”. Watch the trailer for Final Fantasy Type-0 HD shown at TGS 2014 below:
The fifteenth installment of series is said to be darker, focusing on more realistic human characters compared to other titles in the franchise previously. The story is a mythology of Fabula Nova Crystallis but totally different from previous titles. The Final Fantasy Type-0 HD is also part of the Fabula Nova Crystallis mythos, proven to be very popular in Japan and sold well in the market. The plot for Type-0 focuses on 12 students who are skilled in magic when they are caught in war after a military empire sought to control the crystals at their land via invasion.