The Taipei Game Show 2015 saw Final Fantasy XV Director Hajime Tabata showcase a new area of the game.
It looks to be a train station of a major city, and is still in its early stages of development. The demonstration then switched to a cat cam and then proceeded to give a tour of the station’s otherwise inaccessible areas.
Tabata also announced that Taiwanese publisher and developer XPEC Entertainment is one of many outside firms collaborating on the development of Final Fantasy XV. He termed their help as “critical support.”
Earlier this week, Hajime Tabata expressed his wish for the game to see to a worldwide release. “We don’t want to impose any big delays to players from around the world, so I’m hoping that everyone will be able to play the same Final Fantasy XV together within as close of a time frame as possible.”
That said, the release date is still pending.
Final Fantasy XV is going to get a demo in the form of Episode Duscae which is going to be released alongside Final Fantasy Type-0 HD. Those of you who are purchasing the game will surely have their calendars marked for March 17 i.e. the release date.