New Final Fantasy XV PS4 Gameplay Videos Show Giant Kujata Battle, Chocobos and Much More

on November 22, 2016 3:23 AM

Yesterday, the Japanese magazine VJump streamed on Nico Nico quite a big jump of gameplay of Final Fantasy XV, that will be released on November 29th for PS4 and Xbox One.

The game was played live on PS4, presented by Square Enix Global Brand Director Akio Ofuji, and you can check out a recording of all the gameplay snippets in the videos at the bottom of the post.

The first video shows some questing gameplay, the second, third and fourth have chocobo racing, also giving a look on customized chocobos. The fifth video features a mobhunt against a group of vicious cactuars, and the last shows a battle against the massive Kujata, that returns from previous games of the series. If you want to see something really cool just look at 1:05 of the last video.

Keep in mind that the quality of the videos is pretty low, as they have been recorded from a Nico Nico livestream, and you know just how badly Nico Nico squeezes resolution and compression.

On top of the videos, we also get a lovely piece of artwork featuring Gentiana by Kaoru Kawaguchi, counting down to a single week to the game’s release. You can check it out at the top of the post.

We just have seven days to go. Let that sink.

In the meanwhile, If you still haven’t tried it out, you can find out how to download the latest demo here, and since it’s in Japanese, you might find our guide to the option menu useful.

 /  Executive News Editor
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