Final Fantasy XV Active Time Report Community Special set for Japan

Square Enix taking user questions via Twitter.

Final Fantasy XV Active Time Report Community SP

Square Enix will host a Japanese Final Fantasy XV Active Time Report Community Special where director Hajime Tabata answers questions from the fans, the company announced.

The company is taking questions via Twitter until May 8 at 23:59. To ask a question, simply tweet using the hashtag #ChocoboATR.

Square Enix says that it won’t be able to answer all of the questions it receives, and that there is a possibility your Twitter name will be mentioned during the program.

An air date for the Active Time Report was not announced.

Final Fantasy XV is due out for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on September 30.

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