New Final Fantasy XV Screenshots Show Iris and Cor in Action as Guest Characters and More on Famitsu

on November 16, 2016 11:25 AM

Today’s issue of Weekly Famitsu included a spread on the upcoming Final Fantasy XV, that will be released worldwide on November 29th.

The screenshots showcase a few interesting elements. First of all, we see Iris Amicitia and Cor Leonis in action as guest characters. They will join Nocts’ party temporarily at some point of the game.

Iris has a link attack with Noctis in which she uses a moogle doll as a weapon. Some of the guest characters have command attacks of their own, that the player will be able to trigger manually. Cor is one of those.

Iris is Gladio’s little sister, and she was first revealed in the third episode of the Brotherhood: Final Fantasy XV anime series. She was then revealed as part of the main game back in July. She also seems to have a crush on Noctis.

The screenshots also showcase some of the summons included in the game, and the non-combat skills that the four bros. Noctis has fishing, Gladio has survival, Prompto enjoys photography, and Ignis is the group’s chef with his cooking skill.

You can check out the screenshots below, keeping in mind that they come from magazine scans, so the quality isn’t as good as that of direct freed screenshots.

If you want to see all this beauty of this game on your own console, 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. Last but not least, if you’s like to take a good look at a lot of screenshots on PS4 Pro, that shines for its image quality, you can find a metric ton of images here, and a timelapse video here, highlighting the day/night cycle.

 /  Executive News Editor
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