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New Final Fantasy XV Trailer From The Judgement Disk Demo Gives You Another Reason To Buy

By   /   Nov 11, 2016

Final Fantasy XV demo, Judgement Disk, is now available for Japanese PlayStation Network and Xbox Store. The demo features almost one and a half hour of gameplay and those who complete it will be rewarded with a brand new Final Fantasy XV trailer.

Thanks to Youtuber Shirrako, who has uploaded the new Final Fantasy XV trailer found at the end of the demo. However, the trailer is in Japanese as the demo was only available for Japanese PlaySation Network and Xbox Store accounts.

Also See: Square Enix Previews Every Final Fantasy XV DLC Available At Launch

This new Final Fantasy XV trailer gives us a glimpse of previously unrevealed parts of the game, and for most parts, the trailer is just cut-scenes from the game.

The trailer could be considered filled with spoilers since it is meant for those who have played the demo, which features first half of the game’s first chapter.

Also, the PlayStation 4 Pro patch for Final Fantasy XV will drop in December and Square Enix has detailed the enhancements for the game on the upgraded console.

Square Enix revealed that Final Fantasy XV will have 4K display mode at 30 frames per second, and a 1080p display mode but the frame rate will vary between 45 and 60FPS. But there is still time before the game launches so the developers will keep on working for a stable 60 frames per second.

Also, Final Fantasy XV soundtrack is available for pre-order, which will be available on December 21, 2016. The soundtrack will be available in three different editions. The CD version priced at $39.99, Blu-Ray version priced at $59.99, and the Limited Edition for $109.99.

Final Fantasy XV is a third person open world action RPG developed by Square Enix and is scheduled to launch on November 29, 2016 for Xbox One and PlayStation 4.