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Check Out the Final Fantasy XV Artwork Trailer from Episode Duscae
Final Fantasy XV demo Episode Duscae, included in the early copies of Final Fantasy Type-0 HD, has a secret artwork trailer in it that preludes what is to come in the sequel of the episode.
Players who finish the demo will be able to view this trailer, or you could simply watch it here. The nearly two-minute video gives a brief introduction to viewers of the world of Final Fantasy XV, and also offers interesting insight regarding the ‘Luna’.
There are hints in the artwork trailer that the Luna is in fact either Final Fantasy Versus XIII‘s Stella Nox Fleuret herself, or a character that is very closely related to her, as the character’s full name appears to be Lunafreya Nox Fleuret. Interesting, right?
The artwork trailer is in Japanese, and shows some interesting designs that are expected to make way into the original game in some form or manner. If you’re having difficulty reading the captions, here’s a rundown of everything that is said in the trailer:
O’er rotted Soil, under blighted Sky, A dread Plague the Wicked has wrought. In the Light of the Gods, Sword-Sworn at his Side, ‘Gainst the Dark the King’s Battle is fought. rm the Heavens high, to the Blessed below, Shines the Beam of a Peace long besought.
“Long live thy Line and these Stones divine, For the Night When All comes to Naught.” – Cosmogony 15:2, “Nadir.”
Ignis: “Insomnia has fallen, laid to waste by the imperial army.”
Gladiolus: “Fighting broke out at the signing last night. The Wall fell, the crown city followed. It rained fire around the Citadel.”
Noctis: “Hold on…”
…announced that the terms of the ceasefire have been suspended in light of these events. In addition to the passing of King Regis, we’ve now learned that Prince Noctis and Tenebrae’s Lunafreya Nox Fleuret have also been found dead.
Regis: “Take heed. Never bow out of what you begin. So long as you carry the blood royal, so long as you carry my name… carry your head high.”
Final Fantasy will be released for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox 360. The game’s release date is currently unknown.