"Kingsglaive Final Fantasy XV" is coming as a digital and physical media release following cinema showing. Square Enix

There’s a lot of hype surrounding “Final Fantasy XV.” But the experience of the newest game will have a more colourful and meaningful approach thanks to “Kingsglaive Final Fantasy XV.”

Square Enix has released the official trailer for the CGI full-feature, and it features a lot of the action scenes that can be expected in the film. There’s also a quick plot, for those who want to enter the “Final Fantasy XV” saga fully informed and armed

“Kingsglaive Final Fantasy XV” will see a battle between kingdom of Lucis, which houses the sacred Crystal and the empire of Niflheim, which wants to steal the Crystal. Noctis’ father King Regis heads the Kingsglaive soldiers, with Nyx as the leader of the battalion.

The developer has previously hinted that the movie fully weaves in to the “Final Fantasy XV” story and gives a better experience as it solidifies the foundation of the game. It also highlights the importance of the Kingsglaive to the story.

The English cast for “Kingsglaive Final Fantasy XV” includes Sean Bean as King Regis, Lena Headey as Lunefreya and Aaron Paul as Nyx, the head of the Kingsglaive. The trailer can be seen below.

“Kingsglaive: Final Fantasy XV” will be released in select theatres come Aug. 19. Gematsu features the list of theatres where the screening will take place, though most of these are in the U.S. territory.

Among the theaters include several AMC theaters, including AMC Empire, AMC Orange, AMC Valley View Mall, AMC Saratoga, AMC Studio and AMC Disney Springs. The film will also be shown in Alamo Drafthouse Winchester, Alamo Drafthouse Mason Park, Alamo Drafthouse Montecillo, Alamo Drafthouse Lubbock and Sundance Seattle.

For fans who cannot attend any of these showings, “Kingsglaive: Final Fantasy XV” will also be available via digital or physical media. Granted, it will require a little wait for the digital release on Aug. 30. For Blu-ray and DVD, it will still be some months until its Oct. 4 launch.

"Kingsglaive Final Fantasy XV" official trailer (Credit: YouTube/PlayStation)