Final Fantasy 15 Concept Art Reveals A Lot about Game’s World

By   /   Apr 27, 2016
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A game`s concept art can reveal a lot about the design beginnings and learning about it can give insight to the world that players will discover. In a recent interview with Gameinformer, Square Enix Tokyo revealed Final Fantasy 15 concept art and discussed the creative process behind making a concept art.

his building was also created in such a way so that it can be placed on land or on the waterfront.

Now the second concept art is about a car which shows that outside of main protagonist`s homeland, there is a place called Insomnia, where humans have made no significant technological advancements. The car`s design reflects just that.

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About this art artist Kouta Niihara asked:

Don’t you find the juxtaposition with the “sleekly refined design of the Regalia” interesting as well?

Now the third art hangs in the game`s Altissia plaza, whose design reflects the modernism of Altissia.

Concept artist Mizushi Sugawara said about the art:

To symbolize that sense of a modern setting, we decided to place a wire art artifact for the public eye

The fourth art depicts a scene of batttle, and this art is the illustration of Niflheim troops heading towards Titan.

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According to artist Kenji Niki:

This single picture captures the overwhelming and heteromorphic presence of Titan, awaiting the onslaught of the Niflheim troops and their cutting-edge weaponry.

The fifth and final concept art shows a transcontinental railroad.

According to artist Kouta Niihara:

When you simply recreate them with the same sort of size and volume, they turn out like toys. We create a sense of size, scope and power by creating them in the likeness of real-life jumbo jets.

What do you think of Final Fantasy 15 concept art? Does it make you more excited for the game? Let us know in the comments.