Final Fantasy XV: Gladio’s Sister Iris Revealed in Game, Luna’s Brother Ravus also Showcased

on July 14, 2016 4:27 PM

Many appreciated the appearance of Gladiolus’ little sister Iris Amicitia in Episode 3 of Brotherhood: Final Fantasy XV. Since the game doesn’t doesn’t exactly have that many announced female characters, some have been wondering whether she would be included in Final Fantasy XV.

Apparently she is, as revealed by the Japanese magazine Weekly Jump (scan courtesy of Twitter user Kazu), as you can see below, alongside a first look on the in-game model for Lunafreya’s brother Ravus Nox Fleuret, who also appears in the feature film Kingsglaive: Final Fantasy XV.


The text mentions that Iris is a strong girl and an ally of the royal family of Lucis. She managed to escape from the imperial attack against the capital of Insomnia, and she lives in Lestallum at the time in which the events of the game unfold. This means that it’s likely that she’ll join the party in some capacity when they visit the city. While the picture is small, we can definitely notice that she looks quite a lot more mature.

The text related to Ravus simply mentions that he’s Luna’s brother, has sharp eyes and he is impressively tall. As we already knew, he’s an officer of the army of the Niflheim Empire.

Last, but not least, we also get a mention of a conversation with Cindy/Cidney, during which the player will be prompted to choose between different conversation options.

[Thanks for the tip: Masaru Aoyama]

 /  Executive News Editor
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