To the recently announced “Final Fantasy 15: Pocket Edition”, Square Enix has released a gameplay video, which presents the first 20 minutes from the mobile scrolling game. The title will be released later this year for systems based on iOS, Android and Windows 10. The first episode is provided free of charge.
In the middle of August, Square Enix announced the “Final Fantasy 15: Pocket Edition” a mobile version of the last year’s rolling game. The title was optically massively modified and appears in a comic look, which does not stress the performance of the hardware of the mobile systems too much. Up to now, versions for iOS, Android and Windows 10 devices have been confirmed. A version for the Nintendo Switch is at best conceivable.
What the “Final Fantasy 15: Pocket Edition” finally has to offer, shows a comprehensive gameplay video from IGN. It has a length of about 20 minutes and therefore provides a rather intense insight into the game. It was previously announced that the story of the “Final Fantasy 15: Pocket Edition” will be divided into ten episodes. They appear together at a later date this year. The first episode can be tackled free of charge and serves as a demo.
The “Final Fantasy 15: Pocket Edition” covers the main characters and the history of console versions. At the same time, it offers users the freedom to play, when and where they want it. “Now, players can travel through Eos while they are on the subway,” said Square Enix. “The game features a charming graphic style and an optimized touch control for mobile devices that allows easy play for everyone.” Here is the first mentioned gameplay video: