After a Final Fantasy XIII which had chilled more than one fan of the Square Enix series because of its too interventionist progression, fears are present about Final Fantasy XV whose development now seems to be in full swing.
To reassure us, Hajime Tabata (director of FFXV) spoke about the freedom of action of the next RPG, through the GameSpot site. It teaches us that the objective of the game is tooffer players a fully connected world, therefore absolutely not divided into play zones.
The Director supported the fact that ?The world is connected by a continuous land route. If the zones had been disconnected, we would feel distant from reality. You will see that you will be able to walk or drive or even take the train and travel the world seamlessly. I think you will be able to experience something similar to a real journey "
Asked about the presence of a flying ship to control during the game – like several other opus of the franchise – Tabata admitted that this detail has not yet been determined.
Stressing that this is a game that offers fantasy based on reality, Tabata said that the cities and the cultural references of the game are based on existing places in reality. The first city presented on video last month is based on Havana in Cuba. Another is based on Shinjuku in Japan and a third focuses on Venice, in Italy.
As a reminder, Final Fantasy XV is scheduled to be released in 2015 on PS4 and Xbox One.