MSI has issued a press release about its presence at this year’s Computex, and revealed some very excited information. It appears that Square Enix will work with MSI to have a global launch of Final Fantasy Type-0 at MSI's Computex Booth.
Final Fantasy Type-0 will be demonstrated on the MSI GS60 Red version and GS70 Silver version.
Final Fantasy Type-0 brings an immersive world, memorable characters and the production value known of the series, together with high quality gameplay and storytelling truly worthy of the Final Fantasy name.
“Step into the fray as Class Zero, a group of students from an elite military academy whose country is attacked by an aggressive neighboring Empire. In the brutal and harrowing struggle that follows, you must engage a range of powerful magical and combat abilities using a new battle system, to conquer the Empire and uncover the secrets behind the battle.”
The year 842 is the beginning of the end.
In an act of unprovoked aggression, the Militesi Empire invaded the Dominion of Rubrum. Imperial dreadnoughts swarmed the skies, assailing the unsuspecting countryside under the banner of the White Tiger. From amidst the flames of the besieged dominion, the Vermilion Bird rose in defiance, her crystal granting magic and mighty eidolons that her disciples might cast out the technologically advanced aggressors.
Thrust into the tumult of war, the fate of the world and its four crystals now rests on the shoulders of fourteen brave, young warriors.
Final Fantasy Type-0 has recently released on the the current-gen consoles and was very well received. Whether this release points towards something greater, like a potential release of Final Fantasy XV on the PC, it remains to be seen.
Regardless, Square Enix will certainly have some very exciting announcements for both console and PC gamers, during their E3 2015 press conference on June 16th. Deus Ex: Mankind Divided, which was introduced with a magnificent cinematic trailer, had very little information revealed about it so far, and a complete lack of gameplay footage. Kingdom Hearts 3, similarly made no appearances for some time, and after the transition of the game to the Unreal Engine 4, fans have been eager to see Kingdom Hearts in action. Final Fantasy XV will surely make the show, as will the hugely anticipated Just Cause 3.
Square Enix has not officially announced anything about a PC version of Final Fantasy Type-0, but we will bring you any new information as soon as it becomes available.