In case you hoped that Final Fantasy XV would be entirely open-world from start to end, prepare to be disappointed with the November-slated Square Enix JRPG.
In the latest issue of Famitsu, Hajime Tabata, the game’s director has said that the game will be both open-world and linear. He says, „The entire game structure for Final Fantasy 15 consists of both open-world and linear parts. The first half keeps going as an open-world, but the story in the second half is led by a linear path. That way, you won’t get bored of an open-world as the rest of the game tightens, so we made it in a way that you’ll also get to advance through it as you have in conventional Final Fantasy games.” However, the game has 15 chapters – where will they draw the line between the two halves of Final Fantasy XV?
He also said the game would take about 40-50 hours to beat if we consider the first half and only the linear part of the second half of the RPG.
The game will be out on November 29 on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.
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