In an official statement from Square Enix’s CEO Yosuke Matsuda, Tetsuya Nomura will not be directing Final Fantasy XV any longer. Tetsuya Nomura who has worked on Final Fantasy since the early 1990’s will instead be focusing all his time in other titles such as Kingdom Hearts III. Fans are not to worry though as instead Hajime Tabata will be taking over. Tabata was the director of Final Fantasy Type-0, which is getting a complete HD remaster for next gen consoles.
We have the trailer for Final Fantasy Type-0 HD. A complete HD remaster of Final Fantasy Type-0 that was previously only available on PSP and in Japan. The game’s release date was announced today at the Tokyo Game Show with a March 17th 2015 release date.
The game will also include a playable demo of the newest Final Fantasy XV, containing elements from the opening sections of the full game. The demo has been altered a little to create a first time experience so that when Final Fantasy XV is released you won’t be repeating what you’ve already done.
The game tells the story of 14 students with special abilities who are caught in a war between the Millets Empire and the Dominion of Rubrum.
Final Fantasy Type-0 HD will be priced at $59.99. Both the game and the demo will be available for Playstation 4 and Xbox One.