28. Oct, 2016 15:52 (HKT)

Destroy Enemies With Element Purified Spells And More In Final Fantasy XV

Final Fantasy XV
PlayStation®4/Xbox One | Release Date: November 29 2016
Final Fantasy XV (PlayStation 4™, Playstation 4™ Pro, US)US$ 26.99 24h
Final Fantasy XV (Xbox One™, US)US$ 44.99 24h

With the news that Final Fantasy XV has gone gold, it's time to take a look at the latest details from this title, courtesy of Square Enix! The screenshots detail the game's magic systems, night monsters known as Daemons, travel, and more!

In Final Fantasy XV, Fire, Ice, and Thunder are the main foundation for the magic system. You can purify magic by using the elements you absorb and magic bottles found all over the game world. By mixing the purifying these three elements, the kind of magic you use will significantly vary. The magic is not limited to just Noctis, his comrades can also use magic.

By purifying the elements with a potion, you can create magic that casts Thunder, as well as heals Noctis and his teammates with Cure. You can also create hundreds of combinations of magic, so the more you gather, the more you can create! There is also Ring Magic, which is a type of magic that can only be used by Noctis using his Ring of the Lucii! The spell Death drains the HP of enemies, and the longer you use the spell, the more your enemy will physically deteriorate, until your enemy vanishes.

Powerful monsters known as "Daemons" appear when night falls. These monsters are usually very strong with high HP, so they are impossible to defeat through ordinary means. Their ranks range from series familiar Bombs to iron giants with powerful swords. Since you don't have to fight them, it's recommended that you flee until you are strong enough to compete with them.

If you guys are interested in the game, make sure to take a look above. Final Fantasy XV will be coming out on the PS4 and Xbox One on November 29th, so make sure you pick it up!
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