Players may be able to save their progress in the Final Fantasy XV demo
Noctis from Final Fantasy XV The Final Fantasy XV demo copy might just have a save option, according to a recent photo uploaded on Twitter. Demos ...
The Final Fantasy XV demo copy might just have a save option, according to a recent photo uploaded on Twitter. Demos are normally too small to have a save option, which could indicate that the XV demo will be large enough for players to save their progress.
Editor of Nova Crystallis.com, MakuXV, tweeted a few photos from a recent stream of the demo. One of the photos revealed the main menu of the game which had the following options: New Game, Load Game, and Config. This could mean that players can save their progress in the game. Here is the original tweet:
It is still unclear if players will be able to transfer their save to the full game, once it is released. Developers Square Enix have suggested that the demo will just be a section f the game, and not necessarily the beginning.
Maku XV has also uploaded some more screenies of the Final Fantasy XV demo. One of these shows protagonist Noctis standing inside a stream. These shots look quite stunning and are a good example of what the games graphics will look like. Square Enix had revealed that the game currently runs at a 1080p with 30 fps.
The Final Fantasy XV Episode Duscae demo copy will be included in first shipment copies of Final Fantasy Type 0-HD. The demo will not have a time or trial limit so players can play for as long as they wish.