Final Fantasy XV Taipei Game Show 2016 Stage Event Will Be Different From Next Active Time Report

Francesco De Meo
Posted Jan 18, 2016
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A few days ago all the details on the Sony’s Taipei Game Show 2016 stage schedule have emerged online, revealing that both Final Fantasy XV and World of Final Fantasy will be getting dedicated stage events on January 31st. With a new Active Time Report also confirmed for this month, many thought that the Final Fantasy XV was actually going to be the new ATR, but it looks like this won’t be the case.

Earlier today the official Final Fantasy XV Twitter profile confirmed that the Final Fantasy XV Taipei Game Show 2016 stage event and the next Active Time Report will not be the same, so we will most likely receive more details than anticipated. The next Active Time Report has been confirmed for this month, so it’s quite likely it will be aired before the Final Fantasy XV stage event is held.

Last week some new details on Final Fantasy XV have emerged on the game’s official forums. Members of the development team have taken the time to answer some questions from fans, confirming that Final Fantasy XV will not sport a traditional difficulty levels system but another one which allows players to change between different battle modes so that players can choose to enjoy faster, slower or more technical battles. Last week, it’s also been confirmed that Final Fantasy XV will feature exciting aerial battles with flying foes and gigantic boss enemies and more.

Final Fantasy XV will be released this year on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. More on the highly anticipated role playing game from Square Enix will be coming later this month thanks to the Taipei Game Show 2016 stage event and the next Active Time Report so stay tuned for all the latest news.

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