'Stand Together' Live-Action Trailer For Final Fantasy XV!

By Danica Arkwright - 30 Nov '16 09:04AM

Developer and Publisher Square Enix released a live-action trailer before the worldwide release of Final Fantasy XV.

The official Youtube channel of Square Enix released a live-action trailer titled "Stand Together" last Monday. The video depicts a group of people setting up a trap against a giant warrior. Enraged by the trap set-up, the giant chased them down until the heroes from Final Fantasy appeared and defeated the giant. It also showed bits of the game's gameplay as well. The song behind the trailer is titled "Stand By Me" which is covered by Florence and the Machine.

Final Fantasy XV is the latest installment in the Final Fantasy series. The game's story revolves around Noctis Lucis Caelum, the prince of Lucis. Lucis is known to be the last kingdom with the power to control crystals. Set in a fictional world called Eos, Noctis goes on a quest to reclaimed back his homeland and its magic crystal after being taken over by Nilfheim during the eve of peace negotiations.

Square Enix's channel also released videos showing Final Fantasy XV's status worldwide on its first day of release. Various editions of the game came out. The Deluxe Edition is available for pre-order for $89.99 while the Ultimate Edition is priced at $269.99.

Earlier, Final Fantasy XV's official twitter account announced a "surprise" for its fans on its release on the 29th. This could be the surprise that they were talking about since the video was released prior to the release of the game.

Final Fantasy XV also experienced a delay in its release. Its original release date was supposed to be September 30. Hajime Tabata, the director of the game delayed it to November 29, stating that he wants to release the game without a day-one patch.

Square Enix's Final Fantasy XV is scheduled for release on November 29. Check out the trailer below.

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