Brotherhood: Final Fantasy 15 gives a little more backstory to the main cast.
Square Enix dropped a ton of information on Final Fantasy 15 courtesy of its special event last night. Along with confirming its release date for September 30th, it released a standalone demo called Platinum for Xbox One and PS4. But that’s not all.
An anime for the game has also been unveiled – Brotherhood: Final Fantasy 15 currently has its first episode available to watch. There are five episodes in total and there will also be a feature length movie and mobile tie-in for fans. That’s a lot of Final Fantasy 15 but as long as the focus is on the main cast and expanding the story, along with stellar production values, we don’t mind.
There’s a lot more information on Final Fantasy 15 that’s worth checking out, including the new trailers (one featuring Florence + The Machine). What are your thoughts on the game and will you be picking it up? Let us know in the comments below.