Whoa. It’s totally happening. Things are getting very real at Square Enix right now and Final Fantasy fans should sit down.
It was recently announced that there’s a major event happening on March 30th entitled Uncovered: Final Fantasy XV where we will learn when the game will finally be released as well as other surprises. If you wanted tickets… Sorry. They sold out in less than 24 hours. It’s quite obvious that fans have been clamoring to hear any new information.
— Final Fantasy XV (@FFXVEN) February 6, 2016
In late January it was announced that there would be a new character introduced. Her name is Aranea Highwind and she’s a butt-kicking commander of Niflheim’s Third Army Corps 87th Airborne Division. You can check her out in the recently released gameplay footage of the Niflheim Base Battle. Get some.
Here’s the storyline as released by the game’s official website:
In a matter of days, the Kingdom of Lucis is to sign an armistice, ending a long and bitter conflict with Niflheim. Ahead of the ceremony, Prince Noctis, heir to the Lucian throne, sets forth from his homeland to formalize the union of states through his marriage to the Lady Lunafreya of the imperial province of Tenebrae.
The offer of peace, however, is no more than a ruse to lower the Lucian shield, and the imperial army takes the crown city and its sacred crystal in one fell swoop. En route to his destination, Noctis is shocked to learn that he, his father the king, and his betrothed are believed dead.
Overnight, the dream of peace has faded into a distant memory. His world crumbling around him, Noctis has naught but his resolve and his loyal companions to see him through the trials to come.
The game will be released for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Now we wait for March 30th.
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