Final Fantasy Type-0 HD Hits a Million Copies

Square Enix made an official announcement that one million copies of its recently released game, Final Fantasy Type-0 HD, have shipped worldwide. The game was released for Playstation 4 and Xbox One on March 17, 2015 in the US and March 19 in Japan. In the announcement, Square Enix posted this image​ ​on Twitter as a thank you to the fans for making it a huge success.

Final Fantasy Type-0 HD is set in the world of Orience. In the game, Cid Aulstyne, ruler of the Militesi Empire, breaks a peace treaty between the four nations of Orience and succeeds in forcefully overtaking most of the world with the power of the White Tiger Crystal and the Milites army. ​When Aulstyne attacks the Dominion of Rubrum,​ Rubrum students ​from​ Class Zero take on a secret mission to wrest the Vermillion Bird Crystal from Aulstyne's control.

The game ​also ​includes a demo copy of Final Fantasy XV: Episode Duscae. Gamers have been anxiously awaiting Final Fantasy XV since the time it was first announced in 2006. It has been in development for nearly a decade, and features an action-roleplaying battle system similar to another popular Square Enix franchise, Kingdom Hearts. Final Fantasy XV is also the first game to ​fully ​use the Luminous Studio engine which was shown off in a tech demo trailer called Agni's Philosophy at E3 2012.

This is a Tokyo Otaku Mode original article.
*Written by Sean Cardeno and Daiki Nakata*

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