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Famitsu has New Kingsglaive Photos For You to Pump the Excitement
The Japanese magazine Famitsu has published a series of new Kingsglaive photos, which show us many of the major characters of the upcoming CGI movie that will be coming out in July before Final Fantasy 15 releases on September 30. The pictures include pictures of major character (and possible love interest) of FF15 Lunafreya Nox Fleuret, numerous members of the titular Kingsglaive, and a familiar name in the whole series, the goddess of death Etro.
The plot of Kingsglaive will be focusing around the efforts of the organization to hold off the advance of the Niflheim Empire, which is at war with the Kingdom of Lucis. The movie will be running parallel to the main Final Fantasy 15 game, where at first the protagonist Noctis and his three friends are on a road trip to fulfill one of the terms of the peace treaty between Niflheim and Lucis, which is for Noct, as Lucis’s prince, to marry Lunafreya, the Princess of the country of Tenebrae.
The new Kingsglaive photos show off a variety of characters besides Lunafreya. Also shown are photos of numerous members of the Kingsglaive. These include its commander, Drautos, the viewpoint character Nyx Ulric, the female member Crowe Altius, Libertus Ostium, and Luche Lazarus. Also shown is a figure of the Goddess Etro, one of the gods that makes regular appearances in Final Fantasy.
The new Kingsglaive photos also show us the stunning visual quality of the CGI that will be used in Kingsglaive. With many characters you can barely even tell that they’re computer-generated instead of real people, not to mention that the battle scenes shown in the photos look just as stunning.
Final Fantasy 15 will be releasing on September 30, 2016 for the Playstation 4 and Xbox One. While Square Enix has placed a great deal of emphasis on the need for the game to sell well, considering how well its pre-orders have done for its premium editions, I don’t think they’ll have to worry about it.