Final Fantasy XV PAX Prime Screens and Videos

By Ellis Spice, 1 year ago
Following on from this year's PAX Prime in Seattle, Square Enix have released new screenshots, gameplay footage and a developer talk for their upcoming RPG Final Fantasy XV.

The new screenshots released show off various parts of the game's environments both in-game and in concept art, often showing how close the developers have gotten to what they envisioned:
PAX Prime 2

Altissia Concept ArtAltissia Concept Art

Altissia in-gameAltissia in-game

Caem Concept ArtCaem Concept Art

Caem in-gameCaem in-game

Chocobo Post Snacks Concept ArtChocobo Post Snacks Concept Art

Chocobo Post Snacks in-gameChocobo Post Snacks in-game

Hammerhead & Lestallum Concept ArtHammerhead & Lestallum Concept Art

Leviathan Concept ArtLeviathan Concept Art

Lunafreya Nox Fleuret Concept ArtLunafreya Nox Fleuret Concept Art

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Regalia Concept ArtRegalia Concept Art

Wiz Chocobo Post Concept ArtWiz Chocobo Post Concept Art

Wiz Chocobo Post in-gameWiz Chocobo Post in-game

World Concept ArtWorld Concept Art

Meanwhile, the new gameplay footage shows off a scenic drive along a coastal path:

Alongside this, the development team have continued their tradition of regular 'Action Time Report' videos on the current state of the game, with one recorded live in front of an audience at PAX Prime. In this talk, they confirm that the game will release in 2016, that there will be a special event in March 2016 for the game and show off more of the game:

Unable to watch an hour long video? Square Enix now has you covered as well with the new 'Action Time Report Snapshot' series, which attempts to summarise all the latest announcements in two minutes:

Final Fantasy XV is now confirmed to release sometime in 2016 for the Xbox One.
Ellis Spice
Written by Ellis Spice
Ellis is a newshound and former manager of the walkthrough team. When he's not busy writing the latest news, he'll likely be found battling through his backlog, playing indie games, buying yet another indie game bundle or making a game of his own.