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Final Fantasy 15 Update: Square Enix Announces Game Will Come With Both Linear Action And Open World

By Sarene Mae Butao , Aug 27, 2016 04:19 AM EDT
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During the latest interview with the Japanese video game magazine Famitsu, game director Hajime Tabata discussed further details on the upcoming role playing game Final Fantasy 15. One of the main highlights during the press interview is that the game will come with half linear action and half open world. In addition, Tabata also said the Final Fantasy 15 will cover from zero up to fifteen chapters.

According to Game Rant, this new structure of the game will bring a different kind of feel for the avid followers of the franchise. However, Tabata assures fans that it has been done for player's not to get board when playing the open world. Furthermore, it will bring versatility to let players enjoy a more casual sense of linear gameplay.

Based on the reports, Tabata said that the first half of the game's plot will be played through open world and it will transitioned to the second half with a linear action. He also added that the plot will run for about 40-50 hours of gameplay. If you will run through the first half and only take the main routes on the second half.

Considering the announcement, some fans might translate Tabata's statement regarding on the structure of the game was just an inverted version of the way Final Fantasy 13 was made. However, it depends on the player's point of view on how things will turned out. At the very least, majority of the fans would be happy to know that the upcoming Final Fantasy 15 will have no plans to branch-off sequels.

Following the previous announcement of a delayed release date, Final Fantasy 15 will is now scheduled for release for both Xbox One and PlayStation 4 on November 29. Tabata explained about the recent delay and said that the delay was intended for the inclusion of the day-one patch's contents, as Gamespot reported. 

 

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