On the heels of delaying it to November 29, Square Enix released over 50 minutes of Final Fantasy XV gameplay today, showing off new footage of Chocobo racing, new monsters, side quests, equipment, the ability and magic synthesis systems, and the Wait Mode.
Although Final Fantasy XV isn’t out until late November because the team needs more time to polish and conduct quality testing, the footage in the video is from the master version of the game.
The fourth episode of Brotherhood Final Fantasy XV, which focuses on the bond of friendship between Ignis and Noctis, is releasing tomorrow at 8am PT/11am ET. In the meantime, here’s a trailer:
Square Enix also revealed the opening of Kingsglaive Final Fantasy XV, which is narrated by Lena Headey and sets the stage for the world of Eos, King Regis (played by Sean Bean), and Nyx (played by Aaron Paul):
Kingsglaive will be available digitally on August 30. Square Enix hasn’t said yet if the disc version of Kingsglaive will be delayed from its planned October 4 release date.