Final Fantasy XV footage shows Altissia, Type-F Regalia

Land smoothly, otherwise you'll hear the complaints.

Final Fantasy XV

Square Enix shared new details and gameplay of Final Fantasy XV during an E3 2016 stage presentation today.

First shown was Altissia, a city surrounded by water and based on the real world city of Venice in Italy, where players can travel by gondola, get drawn by artists, find hidden battles, take on quests, and visit the coliseum.

Next shown was the Type-F modification for the Regalia, the car players will use as a means of travel in the game. The Type-F modification turns the car into a flying car. It’s something you can only get towards the end of the game, but there are also locations you can only reach using the Type-F. But because the flying is so realistic, they wanted the landing to be realistic, as well. So you’ll get some complaints from your party members if you land badly.

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

Watch the footage below. View a new set of screenshots at the gallery.


Type-F Regalia

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