Final Fantasy XV Developers Express Support For Quake-Stricken Taiwan With Luna Artwork

on February 8, 2016 4:22 AM

A powerful magnitude-6.4 earthquake hit Taiwan on Saturday morning, causing victims and damage to structures and housing, and Final Fantasy XV‘s development team just expressed their support with a message on Twitter and artwork showcasing the game’s heroine Luna.

“Together we pray for those who lost their life in Taiwan, and would like to offer support to those who have been affected. Everyone in Japan is rooting for you.

The Square Enix staff.”

Taiwanese artists are helping with the development of Final Fantasy XV, as the local studio XPEC is working on assets for the game.

You can check out the artwork below. From what we know, the role of bringing relief to those in need seems to be quite appropriate to Luna’s character.

Here at DualShockers we join in expressing our support and thoughts to those affected.


 /  Executive News Editor
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