Final Fantasy XV: Square Enix Wants Your Questions for TGS Livestream; Full Schedule Announced

on September 9, 2015 7:36 AM

Square Enix is going to have another Active Time Report for Final Fantasy XV from Tokyo Game Show, starring Game Director Hajime Tabata, and they actually asked fans to send questions via Twitter, using the hashtag #TGSATR.

If you want to send yours, you’ll have to have it ready by September 15th.

In addition to that, the YouTube and Nico Nico livestream channels for the presentation have been announced. It will be held at 1:45 PM Local time.

We also learn the full livestream schedule and channels for Square Enix at the show (all times are JST):

September 19th (Stage Events: YouTube, Nico Nico)

  • 10:30 – Star Ocean 5: Integrity and Faithlessness
  • 12:30 – Final Fantasy XIV Letter from the Producer Live
  • 13:45 – Final Fantasy XV Active Time Report
  • 15:45 – Dragon Quest X TV Part 1

September 19th (From the Studio: YouTube, Nico Nico)

  • 09:30 – Special grand Opening
  • 10:10 – Mobius Final Fantasy
  • 11:15 – Just Cause 3
  • 12:30 – Secret
  • 15:35 – Lord of Vermillion Arena
  • 16:45 – Ending

September 20th (Stage Events: YouTube, Nico Nico)

  • 10:30 – Square Enix Music Composer Talk Show
  • 12:00 – Dragon Quest Builders
  • 13:30 – Dragon Quest X TV Part 2
  • 15:00 – Just Cause 3

September 20th (From the Studio: YouTube, Nico Nico)

  • 09:30 – Opening
  • 10:10 – Star Ocean 5 live “Star Ocean program”
  • 11:15 – Final Fantasy: Brave Exvius
  • 13:15 – Imperial Saga
  • 14:30- Rampage Land Rankers
  • 15:25 – Heavenstrike Rivals
  • 16:30 – Special grand Finale

Dragon Quest Builders School September 19th

Dragon Quest Builders School September 20th

Of course, I’ll be prowling the show floor, ready to bring you all the latest news from Tokyo.

 /  Executive News Editor
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