‘Final Fantasy XV’ expected to sell a million copies, Taipei Game Show 2016 coming with two possible presentations for game

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"Final Fantasy XV" may get another enhancement for its Episode Duscae demo. "Final Fantasy XV" official website

“Final Fantasy XV” has not yet been released, and yet there are already expectations for how the game will perform. In the upcoming issue of Nikkei Tredy, it appears that expectations are running very high as of the moment.

According to the editorial, as reported by DualShockers, “Final Fantasy XV” is expected to rack up a million units of sales in the local market alone. That is not to say that all of the fans will be receptive of “Final Fantasy XV.”

The editorial also adds that the battle system may not necessarily be well-received by fans who have been hardcore followers of the traditional series. But there is still a wide range of market that will be receptive to these changes.

Considering the popularity of “Final Fantasy XV,” as well as fellow game “Dragon Quest XI,” expectations may just come true. In addition, it may also be one of the ways by which console gaming can see a good rise despite the rapid increase in popularity of smartphone gaming.

Still, before the launch of the game arrives, fans can check out the Taipei Game Show 2016. While an Active Time Report is expected during the event, there is another thing happening at the event, which will be held on Jan. 31.

According to WCCF Tech, “Final Fantasy XV” will get its own dedicated stage. Given this, there will surely be more information coming in at the event. Currently, what the Active Time Report will contain still has to be announced, but the publication speculated that there will be more information coming out given the two separate events.

“Final Fantasy XV” is expected to launch this year on the PS4 and Xbox One. A release date has yet to be revealed, but Square Enix has already confirmed that a March event will allow the developer to announce its launch plans.