Final Fantasy XV coming to PS4 and Xbox One

Prince Noctis and his comrades are cast out of Lucis.

Final Fantasy XV, announced at last night’s Sony E3 press conference, is coming to both PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, Square Enix has announced.

Previously known as Final Fantasy Versus XIII, the game’s development “expanded and evolved” to take advantage of next-gen platforms. The main story and world will continue to develop as planned, but the development team has further improved the game’s action, gameplay elements, and graphic quality.

Speaking during a press presentation today, Square Enix producer Shinji Hashimoto said the game is developed on DirectX 11, which allows for easy porting from PlayStation 4 to Xbox One.

Find story details below:

The armed forces of Niflheim launch a devastating assault upon the Kingdom of Lucis, casting Crown Prince Noctis and his comrades out of their homes and into the fray. The engaging tale to follow draws audiences into an awe-inspiring world steeped in the rich storytelling traditions of Square Enix’s renowned First Production Development team.

Watch the debut trailer below.

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