Final Fantasy XV Release Not That Far Away According To Square Enix President

Yosuke Matsuda is the president of Square Enix and he recently talked about the release date of Final Fantasy XV. According to Matsuda, the release date of Final Fantasy is not as late as most might have expected.

Final Fantasy XV director Hajime Tabata revealed at Gamescom that they already have a release date set for the game, and he will announce when he will reveal the release date at the upcoming PAX Prime in Seattle. He did confirm that the game will be out before 2017, meaning it could launch at some point in 2016.

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In a new interview of Square Enix President Yosuke Matsuda, he talked about the release date of Final Fantasy XV stating that it is not as far away.

Final Fantasy XV is currently set for a worldwide release in 2016 for the PS4 and Xbox One. It is being developed on Square Enix’s own custom in-house engine called Luminous Engine.

Let us know what you think about this news in the comments below.

  • Venom Snake

    2016 aka the best year of current gen.

    • Joshua Pirog

      Everyone in 2014 said that about 2015, then all the games that were supposed to come out in 2014, that got delayed to 2015, are mostly delayed till 2016. So I’m not holding my breath. I expect more half-assed “HD remastered editions” and puked out war games with a new surname. Anything else I will consider a pleasant surprise.

      • Venom Snake

        Tom Clancy’s The Division
        Quantum Break
        Dark Souls III
        Street Fighter V
        Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End
        Dreams
        Final Fantasy XV
        Gears of War 4
        The Legend of Zelda Wii U
        Horizon: Zero Dawn
        The Last Guardian

        • Joshua Pirog

          That’s a fancy list, my point is I doubt half of those will make it in 2016. More like 2017 – especially Gears 4, Horizon, Last Guardian (still vaporware) and Dreams.

          • Venom Snake

            I’m positive all of them will release in 2016 except for TLG

        • William Jennings

          Nobody said Zelda was going to be released next year

          • Venom Snake

            Yeah right