You’ll Probably Want To Not Delete The Final Fantasy 15 Demo From Your PS4/Xbox One

Once it’s gone, it’s gone for good.

Posted By | On 18th, Feb. 2015 Under News | Follow This Author @Pramath1605


Final Fantasy 15

One of the reasons everyone is looking forward to Final Fantasy Type 0 HD so much is that it is supposed to come with an exclusive demo for Final Fantasy XV, the long awaited and highly anticipated fifteenth entry in Square Enix’s flagship RPG saga. For those of us who have been waiting for the game and want to go hands on with it (mostly to assure ourselves that it will not suck like all Final Fantasy games have in the last decade or so), this is our chance to get tangible proof.

Of course, once you have the demo, you might not want to delete it, since Square Enix released a bunch of caveats today about how the demo will work, and they made it clear that the demo is yours to keep… as long as you don’t delete it from your hard drive. Presumably, once deleted, it cannot be redownloaded (or else they would never have included this stipulation in the first place).

Given that each game needs to be installed on the new consoles, and that patches for games often run into dozens of gigabytes, this is more than a little annoying, but… I guess after I have played it once or twice, I won’t have any need for it?


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  • TheAdjustmentBureau

    wasn’t planning on it till the real game came out

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    • Hailey

      Me neither. It’s just a short 2 or 3 hour demo, so limited and small and incomplete compared to the massive full game. It would be exciting to play for a short while, but then would leave you feeling empty and yearning for more. Then frustration would set in. I don’t want a demo then have to wait a full year for the game, I just want the full game. There are lots of awesome games to play now and upcoming releases between now and when FFXV ships.


 

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