30 minutes of Final Fantasy XV Pocket Edition

Final Fantasy XV Pocket Edition released for free last week on February 8th and the game is 730mb initial download and around 500mb extra space if you want to download all the chapters.

Upon first boot, I thought this would be a great video for you guys to check out.  I then setup everything and started recording the game.  The feeling I got from playing is that I am a lot more engaged than the PS4 version.

I haven’t really gone back to FFXV since I put in a few hours of the console version.  Now that I have a PS4 Pro, I will return once I get the Royal Edition.

The gameplay, in general, is easier than its console counterpart and the on-screen cues are immensely helpful and fun.  You feel a lot more in control and the console version.

The game ran beautifully at the highest graphics settings at 60FPS.  No hiccups at all. The transitions you see in the view are from myself getting notifications that I needed to remove for privacy issues.

Final Fantasy XV Pocket Edition is free for the first chapter, the second and third chapter is 99 cents, and then the rest for $3.99.  You can also get the Chapter 2-10 bundle for $19.99. If you buy the nine chapters separately, it will cost you $29.99.

You can pick the game up either on iOS and Android.

Check out the gameplay below and make sure to comment and let me know what you think!

Until Next time guys, Keep Building, Keep Playing.