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Final Fantasy 15 release date is coming

Updated on July 8, 2014

The official Final Fantasy 15 trailer from E3

A Final Fantasy 15 release date might be coming sooner than you think.

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Final Fantasy 15 release date overview

Final Fantasy 15 is a game most of us can really look forward to. As of right now it's highly likely that Final Fantasy 15 will be released in the holiday season of 2015. Although there is potential for it to be released before then, maybe even 2014. If the game isn't released by the end of 2015 then, it will likely be released in 2016 instead. Also note that although Square Enix hasn't started on Final Fantasy 15; however, they do have intentions of developing the game since they have supposedly agreed to make the game a ps3 exclusive title.

Another rumor that might be true that this point is that Final Fantasy Versus XIII might be name switched to Final Fantasy XV, which would make it the new Final Fantasy 15. For that kind of information we'll probably have to stay tuned for E3. If that were the case it would actually make it possible for Final Fantasy 15 to have a release date sometime this holiday season; however, it's still likely to at least come in 2014.

Final Fantasy 15 release date update 6/20/2013

As seen at E3, Square Enix has now changed Final Fantasy Versus XIII to Final Fantasy XV. This is breakthrough revelation because that means that it's highly likely that the game will be released either this holiday season or sometime next year almost definitively.

So if you're one of the many who have been following Final Fantasy Versus XIII, the good news is that not only will you finally see the game you've been anticipating, you'll also get to play it as the next major game in the series of Final Fantasy.

PlayStation 4 exclusive

Final Fantasy 15 as a PS3 Exclusive?

According to some, Square Enix has already worked out a deal with Sony to make PS3 exclusive game(s). If this is the case then Xbox fans might be in for a rude surprise. There is one upside to this however, since the Xbox One and the PS4 are similar in price then this might be the deciding factor for a lot of people as to which console to get.

Although Square Enix has worked out deals with Sony for the PS4, based on some of their more recent games, they may actually release it for the Xbox One as well. According to Amazon, they claim to offer a pre-order of the Xbox One version of Final Fantasy 15; however, it's unconfirmed at this point.

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Final Fantasy XV - PlayStation 4
Final Fantasy XV - PlayStation 4

Final Fantasy 15, previously known as Final Fantasy Versus XIII, is the newest upcoming game in the main Final Fantasy Series. Play as Noctis in Kingdom Hearts style combat in an effort to save the the last remaining crystal which brings power to the great country of Lucis.

 

A Final Fantasy 15 release date is coming soon!

Not to be confused with Final Fantasy Versus XIII

There seems to be a lot of people out there who think that Final Fantasy Versus XIII is Final Fantasy 15; however, that is not true. That game is actually a spin-off Final Fantasy that is potentially getting more development attention than normal spin-offs.

There is one rumor that might be true however. There are rumors that Square Enix might change the name of Final Fantasy Versus XIII to Final Fantasy XV, which would make it the new Final Fantasy 15. If this were the case then the release date could be moved forward by a year, and potentially even come out alongside the PS4.

Final Fantasy 15 will likely be denoted with the "XV" numerals and will hopefully be given a lot of thought and attention. It's rumored it will be PS3 exclusive which also might give us some reason to believe that Final Fantasy Versus XIII might be PS3 exclusive as well.


*EDIT*


Final Fantasy Versus XIII has been changed to Final Fantasy XV, so in other words, it actually is the new FFXV.

So where does that leave the Final Fantasy 15 release date?

In summary, Final Fantasy Versus XIII might be switched to be the new Final Fantasy 15 and have a release date either this holiday season or next. If Square Enix decides to make Final Fantasy Versus XIII first, then it will likely be 2014-2016 before we see a Final Fantasy 15. If this were the case the most likely dates would be holiday season 2015, or sometime in 2016.

Honestly it's highly likely that the Final Fantasy 15 release date will be sometime in 2014, especially seeing as how Final Fantasy Versus XIII could very likely become the new Final Fantasy 15. If this is the case it would make a lot of sense that Square Enix used Final Fantasy Versus XIII as a guise to hide Final Fantasy 15 all this time; however, that's entirely up to each persons individual imagination at this point.


*EDIT*

Final Fantasy Versus XIII has been changed to Final Fantasy XV, because of that the new Final Fantasy 15 release date is likely to be either this holiday season alongside the PS4, or more likely, sometime next year, probably the holiday season of 2014.

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    • Click2Connect profile imageAUTHOR

      Click2Connect 

      5 years ago

      Thank you for the information, I knew it was something like that. I can't wait for Final Fantasy 15, especially if they turn Final Fantasy Versus XIII into FFXV. I don't know if you've read or not but the story of Final Fantasy Versus XIII sounds amazing.

    • Vlorsutes profile image

      Vlorsutes 

      5 years ago from Ohio

      The video you have posted up was originally a tech demo for one of their new graphics engines that they showed off at last year's E3 if I remember correctly, and since then, there's been some debate that it might be something FFXV related.

      I like the hub though. Anything Final Fantasy related like this is a good read, and here's hoping we get something good coming out of this year's E3 in regards to Square Enix.

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