A new trailer for Final Fantasy XV was shown at this year’s Jump Festa showcasing some new and familiar faces along with a first-look into the towns.
According to reports by Kotaku, game director Hajime Tabata has said that the development team is looking to create a seamless world. The town in the trailer is a prime example. While there will be loading for what Tabata calls “important places” players can expect most transitions to be smooth.
A demo for Final Fantasy XV titled Final Fantasy XV – Episode Duscae will be available with the purchase of Final Fantasy Type-0 HD. A release date for FFXV has yet to be announced.