Additional Details on World of Final Fantasy

Tuesday, June 16th, 2015

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World of Final Fantasy

We just got a glimpse of the newly announced World of Final Fantasy earlier today, and now Square Enix has released a bit more information of the upcoming title that’s coming first to PlayStation 4 and Vita in 2016. It seems to be some kind of take on the popular Monster Hunter series. Read on below and check out our original story to have a look at the trailer.

You control a pair of twins who can change their size and the size of the monsters they encounter to have advantages in the battlefield. With the help of these creatures, you can then take on more powerful encounters later on. Of course, these enemies come from traditional Final Fantasy games, so you can expect to see many familiar faces such as Behemoth’s and Chocobo’s.

While the language used to describe the “exclusivity” seems to leave the door open for the game to appear on phones or tablets, it’s probably safe to say that the only console family it’s going to appear on is the PlayStation.

Are you interested in World of Final Fantasy? Give us your impressions on the trailer and let us know if you’re excited about playing this next year.


About Daniel Velázquez

Daniel fell in love with video games during the mid-eighties when The Legend of Zelda came into his life. Since then, gaming has been his constant. Now a bit older and somewhat wiser, he teaches psychology and studies the benefits of gaming in the digital and cardboard world.