We’re on something of the home stretch with Final Fantasy XV, being in the quarter of the year when it finally gets a release. Everyone is still waiting on the announcement that the game has gone gold, which typically comes a month or so prior to release, but the next baby step in the process is the announcement of box art.
That being said, here’s the PS4 Final Fantasy XV box art, shiny and blue:
And the Xbox One Final Fantasy XV box art, resplendent in green:
So, big weapons, big summon monsters in the sky, and a big group of lads on a jaunt. They really like driving home the fact there’s a car, don’t they?
Final Fantasy XV is released on September 30, 2016. Pre-order it now from Amazon.
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