The long wait is finally coming to a close as it has been reported that the development of the pre-beta version of the highly-anticipated action-adventure video game, "Final Fantasy XV," is now complete and that the entirety of the game has already achieved its desired design.
According to the update from developer studio Square Enix in the Japanese FFXV forum, which was cited and translated over at Gematsu.com, the game has now arrived at the stage where it can be played from start to finish. The report went on to reveal that people involved in the project can now get an "overall view on the game."
Game programmer Satoshi Kitade added that they are currently taking the necessary steps of ensuring that the gameplay experience will be at par, if not, surpass what has been expected. This includes "polishing every element" of the game and making essential adjustments.
"The first half of the game is finished with the quality of a final product, and you get the sense you're playing it in its final form," Kitade was quoted as saying.
Meanwhile, Geeksnack.com claimed to have gotten word of a report that FFXV director Hajime Tabata will be present during the Comic Fiesta 2015 event at Malaysia this coming Dec. 19-20. Coming along with him is the game's lead designer, Wan Hazmer.
It is yet to be known what the duo will do during the occasion but speculations suggested that they will be presenting new details and additional updates about the game.
For those who are yearning to get an early taste of the upcoming game, a playable demo version of "Final Fantasy XV" Episode Duscae is currently available. However, those who were able to purchase the "Final Fantasy Type-O" HD are the ones who can get access to the teaser version of the game.
Stay tuned for more updates.