Final Fantasy XV Live Action Trailer Released Just in Time for Launch

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After a decade of waiting, Final Fantasy XV is finally upon us, and Square Enix’s marketing department has been in full force over the last year. This is a universe Square Enix has been developing for an incredible amount of time, creating smaller games and even a feature-length animated film to help aid the lore.

One of the last promotions we will see before it releases, Square Enix has released a live action trailer for the RPG. This shows four kids taking on an Iron Giant only for Noctis and crew to show up and save them, all of which the rendition of Stand By Me by Florence + the Machine plays in the background.

Final Fantasy XV is available November 29 for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

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