New Active Time Report for ‘Final Fantasy XV’ announced for Japan

For those of you who are not aware, Active Time Reports are a series of presentations or online broadcasts chaired by Hajime Tabata, the director of Final Fantasy XV, the next installment of the popular Square Enix franchise that will be released on PlayStation 4 on next September 30.

Today the company announced that the game director will answer questions from Japanese fans via Twitter starting May 8 at 11:59 p.m., simply using the hashtag #ChocoboATR. Of course it was noted that not all questions can be answeredalthough there is a possibility that the director will mention the name of the fans during the program, which so far does not have a set date.

On a previous occasion, the company assured that in the West, the next event Active Time Report will be held during E3 2016, a general video game event known as the most important celebration of the year in this industry; at least until now. For those of you who are not aware, this year’s E3 will take place in the city of Los Angeles in mid-June, and the broadcast will occur throughout the day and probably part of it during Square Enix’s presentation.


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