Final Fantasy XV is celebrating its 1st anniversary today! For a special day, we have gathered fanart all over the internet. What else could be a better way to get in the party mood than seeing other fans’ passion and love towards your favorite game! More art will be added throughout the day!
On November 29, we are celebrating the first anniversary of Final Fantasy XV. It’s a great moment to stop and discuss about the past and the future of the game. Today, Square Enix will be airing a special “last” Active Time Report, featuring director Hajime Tabata, marketing manager Akio Ofuji and others. During the event, they will be discussing about roadmap for the future updates, survey results, Comrades multiplayer expansion and the upcoming Episode Ignis. ( Out on Dec 13, 2018) As part of celebration, you can expect other surprises as well.
Square Enix has unveiled a new Final Fantasy game for mobile devices – World of Final Fantasy Meli-Melo! As the second entry in the Final Fantasy spin-off series, Meli Melo is set for release at the end of 2017 in Japan. With producer Shinji Hashimoto and director Hiroki Chiba in charge, Square Enix and Drecom Studio are hoping to make the series more accessible for new fans by bringing it on mobile platforms.
During the Fan Fest in South Korea, Square Enix revealed details about upcoming game updates and promotions. These updates include increased drop rates for some rare characters, Final Fantasy XV event with new units and more. Let’s take a look at what’s coming!
Nearly 6 years ago, a little Japanese child became a viral hit within the Final Fantasy community with her impressive and charming cover of Final Fantasy XIII Prelude, solely played on Electone – an electric organ, “a one-person orchestra” by Yamaha. Now many years later, Jun uploaded a new video of the girl playing yet another beautiful Final Fantasy XIII cover.
Square Enix has announced new changes for Final Fantasy XIV’s Veteran System which rewards players based on their game subscription, and the length of time they have been supporting Final Fantasy XIV since its recovery from the failure in Fall 2013. Starting Patch 4.1, the highest rank rewards that needed up to 1440 days of subscription will be now available for all players with 330 days of subscription.
The Windows Edition utilizes technology from Nvidia and features more advanced PC settings such as higher resolution, better fps, more realistic physics and more. It will be an experience that possible turns your graphic cards, processors and fans on fire under extreme workload while rendering “the ultimate Final Fantasy XV” experience your display.