Square Enix Release Final Fantasy XV gameplay at Pax West

Square Enix revealed a new Final Fantasy XV gameplay footage at PAX West recently and you can watch the recap below. The company begin the demo by free-roaming the area in the Regalia and engaging hostile goblins to show off the visually breathtaking combat mechanics and even a Chocobo mini-game.

Gamers are disappointed to learn that Square Enix has officially delayed Final Fantasy XV from its original September release, but the game developers needed the extra time to polish the game a little bit more.

Final Fantasy XV is scheduled for a release on November 29 for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Pre-order the game with the Xbox Gift Card or PlayStation Network Card.

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