Final Fantasy XV

Global Total as of 25th Feb 2017 (units): 4.44m
Platform: PlayStation 4Also on: PlayStation 3, Xbox One
Developer: Square Enix Genre: Role-Playing

Total Units

North America: 1.34m 30.1%
+ Europe: 1.58m 35.6%
+ Japan: 0.95m 21.3%
+ Rest of the World: 0.57m 12.9%
= Global 4.44m

Release History

TitlePublisherRegionDateDistribution
Final Fantasy XV Square EnixJapan29th November 2016Retail
Final Fantasy XV Square EnixNorth America29th November 2016Retail
Final Fantasy XV Square EnixEurope29th November 2016Retail

Game Overview

Final Fantasy XV ( formerly Final Fantasy Versus XIII ) is a distinct view of what the Final Fantasy franchise could be. It is an ambitious project that takes a courageous step toward the horizon of Action Role-Playing in a way that has never been seen in the previous Final Fantasy titles. Currentely, the game is in development for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One under the leadership of Tetsuya Nomura of Square Enix.

Final Fantasy XV is woven around reality; it explores the humanity in the characters and their way of thinking in a world that suffered long years of cold war. However, the game also retains the fantasy theme of the franchise, as it reveals a darker face of Fabula Nova Crystallis mythology. In that world, stands a kingdom that chose the bliss of solitude for itself as it holds a unique source of power, a power that takes the shape of crystal. In the heart of the kingdom, stands a prince, Noctis Lucis Caelum, who harnesses that power for his kingdom to stand against the hell of others. A terrible war was waged out of greed, and everything was absorbed by madness.

Comments

Radek (on 19 February 2017)
According to newest charts physical
split is 84% PS4 and 16% Xbox One
Kerotan (on 02 February 2017)
4m now. Ps4 version in beast mode!
Deadpoolio (on 02 February 2017)
Why does it say 4.02m if it says its at
4,075,000 copies?
DarkLantis (on 02 February 2017)
@PAO yeah, just do what Groundking said!
;)
Groundking (on 01 February 2017)
@PAO, Agreed it's a flawed masterpiece
if that makes sense, and I honestly
think another year on the game and it'd
be a 10/10 game IMO.

As for other
Final Fantasies, assuming you have a PS4
you could by the FFX/X-2 remaster, play
through that and then play the XII
remaster coming out in Summer, and then
I'd suggest emulating FFVII through to
IX before finally going onto the pre PS1
FF's
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