Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age New Gameplay Video Reveals Amazing Details; Here's What To Expect
Recently, Square Enix revealed a new gameplay footage of the Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age. Fans are amazed about the gameplay video, as it offers a lot of stunning details and new features. Square Enix did a great job on the game, as is seems well-polished and ready to be released. However, rumors suggest that there are more things to be added in the game, which makes the fans more excited.
The New Gameplay Video Of Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age Overwhelmed A Lot Of Fans
In the latest gameplay video of Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age, which can be seen down below, fans can see the amazing textures of the game. It also shows the new features of the game, such as the new style of combat system, the turbo mechanics. The combat system looks nice, where players can battle the enemies without the turn-based style. It is more like the Final Fantasy XV's combat system, but with a little bit of limitations. However, fans noticed the amazing graphics of the game, which has totally improved since the game's older version in the PS2. The turbo mechanics of the game allows the player to make the game much faster, where the battling and almost everything will move fast. This feature is very convenient for the players who have already played the game before.
More New Features Might Come In The Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age
Rumors suggest that there might be a DLCs or new contents in the game that will surprise the fans. It is believed that the inventory system will be improved, where players must upgrade their weapons, as well as getting new items through looting. Fans are also expecting that the game will have an online feature, which makes a lot of players very excited.
Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age will be available to play on PS4.
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