Tokyo Game Show 2016: Final Fantasy XV Trailer
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Tokyo Game Show 2016: Final Fantasy XV Trailer
15 September, 2016

Square Enix demonstrated a new story trailer for Final Fantasy XV during Tokyo Game Show 2016 event. The company has shown the protagonist Noctis who has learned that his father, king Regis of Lucis, has passed away. Now the country is under attack from its long rival Niflheim, whose rulers decided to fight against Lucis after years of cold war.

They also meet a mysterious traveler who is interested in the Crystal – an object that is a source of immense magical power. Now the fate of the kingdom is in the hands of Noctis. He must battle the invading forces of Niflheim and retrieve the sacred Crystal. The developers have also shown Lunafreya Nox Fleuret – a fiancé of Noctis who is captured by Niflheim.

Final Fantasy XV is coming to Xbox One and PlayStation 4 in November 2016.

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