New Final Fantasy XV: Comrades Trailer Released Featuring Nobuo Uematsu (VIDEO)
The hype levels for Square Enix’s upcoming multiplayer expansion for Final Fantasy XV – titled ‘Comrades’ – are reaching an all-time high as we get closer to its November 15 release date. To celebrate its upcoming arrival, the Japanese publisher released a new Comrades trailer featuring legendary composer Nobuo Uematsu and vocalist Emiko Suzuki, both of whom worked on the Comrades theme song, “Choosing Hope.” Check out the new trailer below, which features a few scenes from Comrades along with some behind-the-scenes commentary from both the composer and the vocalist.
There is quite a lot going on in the Final Fantasy XV world of Eos these days. The last of three in a set of story-based DLC, Episode Ignis is making its debut on December 13th, which will reveal the trials and tribulations both Ignis and Ravos went through behind the scenes during the battle at Altissia. Noctis is keeping busy as well, as the crown prince has just been announced as the latest TEKKEN 7 DLC character, set to join the roster in Spring 2018. Leveling the playing field by not using his Ring of The Lucii, Noctis will have to rely on his signature Engine Blade, his Royal Armament, and his magic to defeat the battle-hardened veterans of the fighter series.
Final Fantasy XV is currently available for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. The title is also making its way to PC on Steam in early 2018. For those looking for a cuter, more mobile version of the game, Final Fantasy XV: Pocket Edition – featuring chibi characters and a story that spans across 10 episodes – is arriving at some point this Fall.
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Ryan is a writer and the head editor for Don't Feed the Gamers. When he isn't writing, Ryan is likely considering yet another playthrough of Final Fantasy IX. He's also the DFTG cinnamon bun.