Final Fantasy XV director Hajime Tabata has revealed new information regarding the game in an interview with Japanese magazine Famitsu.
According to Tabata, the game’s length has actually increased with further development and while he previously quoted 40 hours for the main story, he states that it will now take 50 hours to complete the main campaign of the game.
Tabata also revealed some interesting information regarding the content of the game. First of all, he confirmed that Airships will be now included in the game and the development team has already determined how to include them. He also confirmed Cactuars will appear as enemies, and apparently they will be very powerful and hard to defeat.
As for the resolution and frame rate, Tabata stresses the importance of solid 30 fps and has stated that this is their target for the final game. Since Episode Duscae had some notable performance issues, hopefully they can be fixed in time for the retail release.
Square Enix is hosting an event called Uncovered Final Fantasy XV. This event is set for March 30th and the release date for Final Fantasy XV will be revealed at this event along with the start of marketing and promotional activities leading into its launch.
Final Fantasy XV is currently set for a release in 2016 for the PS4 and Xbox One.