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Final Fantasy 15 Update: New Demo Announced Exclusively For Japan

By Sarene Mae Butao , Nov 11, 2016 04:40 AM EST
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Final Fantasy 15 will be officially arriving by the end of the month and fans are still constantly receiving some surprises until now. It feels like the upcoming game is still in "under development" phase despite the numerous trailers launched every now and then. In addition, the primary claim regarding Final Fantasy 15's scale seems like it is not exaggerating. Even after months of demos and video trailers, creator Hajime Tabata still releases surprise to fans with new information.

According to the report from Game Rant, during Square Enix's latest Active Time Report where the company calls strings of press conferences about the upcoming game, there was not much to discuss about the game's development since its global release is just a few weeks away. However, Tabata made a new announcement. The creator said that Japanese players will be granted access to an exclusive demo dubbed as Final Fantasy 15 Judgment Disc, which will start tomorrow.

It is quite an interesting move from Square Enix, especially since players might already have made up their minds about Final Fantasy 15. According to Tabata, the demo is very important to the area where it is being launched. Basically, it is intended for players who are still left undecided about purchasing the upcoming title. Based on the sources, the demo will feature the initial hour of the game and the final retail version of the title.

The Final Fantasy 15 demo will be downloadable on both Xbox Live and PSN, while players without internet connection will be able to grab the title in play-in store demos across the retail locations in Japan. Unfortunately, this supposed final demo of the game will not be released in the west, which will make them wait for the official release on Nov. 29.

Final Fantasy 15 is playable on both Xbox One and PlayStation 4 platforms.

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