Hajime Tabata, director of the upcoming Final Fantasy XV, recently sat down with Game Informer to spill the beans on some of the finer details surrounding the long-awaited game from Square Enix.
The lengthy interview, which has been rounded up by Nova Crystallis, lists the specific details that Tabata gives about Final Fantasy XV, which include revealing that the game has over 200 quests, and that the development team are still working to add more ahead of release.
Tabata further reveals that the multitude of quests can be broken down into four categories: fun, main story, monster hunts and regional quests. While the main story quests are fairly self explanatory, the fun quests will see Noctis and his group of friends take part in fishing and Chocobo racing.
As previously stated, the development team behind Final Fantasy XV are still working on adding more quests ahead of release. However there’s no indication from Tabata that these quests will feature in new categories, rather they will be added into the existing categories previously stated.
Final Fantasy XV will launch worldwide later this year for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on September 30.
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