World of Final Fantasy live stream reveals Static Arts Mini figures, new gameplay

Chibi FInal Fantasy figures launching in January.

World of Final Fantasy

Square Enix held the first in a series of World of Final Fantasy live streams this morning.

Here’s an overview of what went down:

  • 10:38 – First look at the “Static Arts Mini” figures launcing in January, including “Young Chocobo,” “Cactuar Train Conductor,” “Tama,” and “Magitek Armor.” The Magitek Armor figure will cost 5,980 yen, while the other three will each cost 3,980 yen.
  • 12:27 – Illustrations of the main characters drawn by Tetsuya Nomura.
  • 18:05 – An introduction to base areas Nine Woodshill and Corneria.
  • 27:11 – Mirage introducion trailer.
  • 35:01 – Organization screen, Cloud summon, and battle gameplay in a dungeon that resembles Final Fantasy VII‘s “Train Graveyard.”
  • 53:16 – Shop-specific bonus Mirage introduction.
  • 56:07 – PS Vita gameplay.

World of Final Fantasy is due out for PlayStation 4 and PS Vita on October 25 in North America, October 27 in Japan, and October 28 in Europe.

Watch the live stream below.

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