Hajime Tabata, director of Final Fantasy XV recently gave an interview to Famitsu in which he has revealed that the length for the main story of the game has been increased from 40 hours to 50 hours.
Tabata originally anticipated the game to last 40 hours for the main story, but has clarified that in its current build, it will take 50 hours for players to complete the main story, which certainly sounds hefty.
Tabata also talked about airships: Airships will definitely be in the game, and the development team has determined how they will be implemented. Cactuars will also be returning as enemies, and this time around they will be really powerful and difficult to beat.
Tabata mentioned that a solid 30 fps is important, and will be the target for the final version of the game. While he did not mention a target resolution for the game just yet, he did say that details regarding that will be released next week.
We expect a lot of details regarding the game to surface on Uncovered Final Fantasy XV, a special event hosted by Square Enix on March 30th, including the game’s release date and possibly a Steam release. The only thing we do know is that the game will launch this year, in 2016, on the PS4 and Xbox One.