Final Fantasy XV gets an anime series

 

Square Enix announced a five-part anime series for Final Fantasy XV called Brotherhood: Final Fantasy XV at its Los Angeles event on Wednesday night. Release date of Brotherhood: Final Fantasy XV has been confirmed as well.

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Brotherhood: Final Fantasy XV is made by the animation studio A-1 Pictures who had made anime like Sword Art Online and Boku Dake ga Inai Machi (Erased). The first episode has already been released on YouTube, with the four other episodes launching in the run up to September 30 release of Final Fantasy XV.

Episode 1

More information via Wikipedia

Directed by

Soichi Masui

Produced by

  • Square Enix
  • RightTracks

Written by

Yuniko Ayana

Music by

  • Yasuhisa Inoue
  • Susumi Akizuki

Studio

A-1 Pictures

Network

YouTube

English network

Crunchyroll

Original run

March 30, 2016 – September 30, 2016

Episodes

6

Square Enix is about to release a mobile game as well named Justice Monsters Five, which it said will mix “role-playing elements with some of the franchise’s most iconic monsters”. The game will be released for iOS, Android and Windows 10 devices at launch. It has recently released an announcement trailer as well.

Announcement Trailer

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