A new type of FINAL FANTASY presented in FINAL FANTASY TYPE-0 HD gameplay overview trailer

With the launch of FINAL FANTASY TYPE-0 HD just one month away, Square Enix Ltd., today released a brand new gameplay overview trailer for the upcoming title during its first European Active Time Report, broadcast live from London.

The overview trailer showcases some of the things fans can look forward to seeing in FINAL FANTASY TYPE-0 HD, including; the history and environments of the war-torn Kingdom of Orience,  the fourteen brave young warriors of Class Zero; as well as the action packed battle system, with customisable magic spells, and the ability to summon fearsome monsters known as Eidolons!

During the Active Time Report broadcast earlier today, Hajime Tabata, director of FINAL FANTASY TYPE-0 HD and FINAL FANTASY  XV, also showcased the eagerly awaited FINAL FANTASY XV -EPISODE DUSCAE- demo.  The live stream featured a live gameplay demonstration – as well as an exclusive video which gave fans a deeper look at the ecology and wildlife that inhabit the world of FINAL FANTASY XV. The first European Active Time Report is available to watch again now via YouTube

FINAL FANTASY TYPE-0 HD offers a new type of FINAL FANTASY experience not seen before in the series- one that is sure to captivate a new generation of players as well as long-time fans.

FINAL FANTASY TYPE-0 HD will be released on 20th March 2015 and will feature an exclusive demo of the highly anticipated FINAL FANTASY XV game titled FINAL FANTASY XV -EPISODE DUSCAE-. The demo will be playable on day of launch, and will be available only while stocks last.

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