Final Fantasy XV Art Shows Young Regis, Cid and More from the Old War; Five New Trailers Released

on November 18, 2016 5:01 AM

We are now only eleven days away from the release of Final Fantasy XV on PS4 and Xbox One, which will happen on November 29th, and today Square Enix started a series of count-down posts featuring new artwork. Five new trailers have also been released.

The art, that you can see above, is designed by Takashi Honjo from the art team, and features the protagonists of the war happened thirty years before the events of Final Fantasy XV, King Regis (who was twenty years old), Cid (47), Clarus Amicitia (who was then 25, and is Gladio and Iris’ father), and the mysterious Weskham Armaugh, who appears in the A King’s Tale: Final Fantasy XV pre-order bonus game.

The game is about for bros, and this piece of artwork is about four ojisan. Things just went full circle.

The five trailers released today feature some really lovely gameplay, and focus on five different songs of the game’s soundtrack: Veiled in Black, Relax and Reflect, Stand your Ground, Valse di Fantastica and Blues de Chocobo.

Speaking of artwork, yesterday Square Enix released a gorgeous new piece of key artwork for the game, while today we got a sizable batch of new screenshots.

 /  Executive News Editor
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