Are you are a fan of Final Fantasy XV and you simply can’t get enough of the game? Have you already played throughout all of the bonus content that Square Enix has released so far or perhaps you are a PC gamer waiting for the Final Fantasy XV Windows Edition to dig in but simply can’t wait any longer to get some of that FF fix? Well, we have an alternative for you that might help you scratch that itch if only for a little while longer.
There is a mobile game that takes place in the Final Fantasy XV universe called Final Fantasy XV: A New Empire. Although this is not a genuine Final Fantasy experience as in J-RPG game, it the entirety of it is set in Final Fantasy XV universe. It is also a multiplayer game that allows you to play with and up against other people. The game is free to play and the it does it have a drawback in form of in app purchases which can easily be made obsolete with the hack for gold that is available online.
According to the games developers, the world is in disarray and on the brink of chaos. You are supposed to take control and become the new ruler. You will get to play alongside Noctis, Lunafreya, Cindy as well as other memorable characters in this open world MMO game which the developers are claiming to be the largest one in the series so far.
The game features elements of exploration, treasure hunting, monster battling as well as socializing and making friends or enemies with players from all around the world. One of its pros is that this is a mobile game and that’s it can be played on the go and no matter where you are.
For those of you that won’t be able to run Final Fantasy XV on their computers…
I don’t know if you guys know or not, but Final Fantasy XV is getting a “Pocket Edition”. What this means is that Square Enix is basically going to put the entire game and make it run on a mobile devices.
Of course the game is not going to be exactly the same. The graphics are going to be cartoony or to be specific, “chibi”. The controls game is going to have to be reworked as well to suit the touchscreen input. If you’ve played other remakes of Final Fantasy games for mobile devices and some handheld Nintendo consoles then you know what we’re talking about.
But the story is going to be intact. It will be possible for you to experience every single segment of the original game story through the pocket edition possibly with some extras added specifically for this version.
The game is going to be available on Android, Apple and Windows devices this fall so no one gets left out. Also, it’s worth mentioning that this is going to be an episodic release and that the story will span over a total of 10 episodes with the first one being absolutely free of charge for everyone!
So even if you’re not going to be able to run Final Fantasy XV on your computer, perhaps you can experience it as a pocket edition.