World of Final Fantasy Coming October 2016

More Final Fantasy This Year


Just ahead of E3 2016, Square-Enix has announced that World of Final Fantasy is set to release October 25th, 2016 for the PS4 and PS Vita. First announced at E3 in 2015, news about World of Final Fantasy has been very scarce, but now it seems that the Chocobo is out of the bag. A new trailer has also been released that you can view below. 

According to the press release from Square Enix:

“In World of Final Fantasy, players lead a pair of twins, Reynn and Lann, through the land of Grymoire on a search to rediscover their lost memories. Throughout their adventure, players will collect, raise and battle adorable beings of classic Final Fantasy lore, including cactuar, chocobo, and behemoth, to create customizable, strategic tower combinations to take on the most challenging of opponents.”

Not only are we going to be treated to a new adventure, we will also see our favorite characters return in a way we have never seen them before. From the sound of the trailer, we may be getting many of the original voice actors from the previous Final Fantasy titles starting from the tenth installment to now.

It should also be noted that if you pre-order the Day One Edition of World of Final Fantasy, you will receive the legendary Sephiroth from Final Fantasy VII as a summon to help aid you in battle when you need him. Not a bad summon to have in our opinion. There is no mention of any cross save features for the title, but with the title coming out on both current PlayStation platforms, it is not out of the realm of possibility.

What do you think? Will you picking this up? What system will you get it for? Let us know in the comments below.


Stuck in a perpetual state of daydreaming usually, I like to think about a TARDIS coming to get me, or handling a real lightsaber. Other than that, I am an old pop culture enthusiast that enjoys film, games, and anime...probably to an unhealthy degree.

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