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Watch Noctis Lose His Grasp Of Reality In This Final Fantasy XV Trailer

By   /   Oct 28, 2016

Just one month remains before Final Fantasy XV launches and the game has already gone gold. Now Square Enix has released a new Final Fantasy XV trailer, which showcases beautiful CGI effects and Noctis gradually losing his grasp of his reality.

According to the description, this Final Fantasy XV trailer showcases an Omen for Noctis’ father, King Regis, of a “catastrophic future” that must be avoided at all costs.

What is interesting is that the Omen trailer showcases Noctis going alone on a journey, and in the game he is accompanied by three other characters. So there is a possibility that King Regis, saw this future in which Noctis is the one who destroys the empire and to avoid it, his father accompanied him with allies.

If this is true than we might see multiple ending for the game depending upon players’ decisions with in the Final Fantasy XV.

Since the game has gone gold, and a whole month remains before the game releases, the devs at Square Enix might take this time to optimize the game for PlayStation 4 Pro. While the game will feature better visuals on PS4 Pro, but the game will not take full advantage of the console, according to game director, Hajime Tabata.

According to Tabata, the reason for the game to not take full advantage of it is that the development team did not came to know about the PlayStation 4 Pro long ago, and due to short time they will not be able to take full advantage of PlayStation 4 Pro’s upgraded hardware.

Also Final Fantasy XV is a pure singleplayer experience and will not feature any online mode. However, according to the game director, a co-op mode for the game can be added if enough players want it.

Final Fantasy XV is an open world action adventure RPG in development at Square Enix and the game is scheduled to launch on November 29, 2016 for Xbox One and PlayStation 4.