Final Fantasy XV: A New Empire

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  • Last update: 2 years ago
  • Version: 3.28.122
  • Size: 149.2MB
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
  • Author: Epic Action LLC
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Final Fantasy XV: A New Empire: Massive Battle for Glory Review

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Writing a comprehensive review means dealing with our requirements. The rules are 15 to 30 hours app or game experience, multi-platform use, all the main Android and iOS versions testing.

 Final Fantasy XV: A New Empire is a brand new real-time action strategy game by Square Enix and Epix Action LLC. In this hot MMO mixture, you will experience dynamic battles, army management, building, crafting, scavenging, and collaborating with players from all over the world. You can download Final Fantasy XV: A New Empire for Android on Google Play and for iOS on the App Store. It’s a free-to-play experience with in-app purchases. 

Graphics – 4.5/5

Final Fantasy XV: A New Empire latest version has a beautifully designed universe, high-quality animation scripts of troops, characters, monsters, and buildings. Unfortunately, the game is 2D, and the volume is just an illusion as you can’t rotate the camera to look at objects under different angles. The camera is mostly automated so that you can just tap commands and relax. 

Gameplay – 5/5

Final Fantasy XV: A New Empire gameplay combines elements of RTS, MMO, and turn-based town-management simulator with a bit of farming. You have to develop your city to achieve various buffs, resources, and to have a powerful fort to recharge your characters before the next battle. Every time you finish with your daily chores, go to the map of the empire to check out how other towns and cities are doing. You can choose some of them to befriend and trade and the others to attack for resources and experience. Other players are allowed to attack you as well, so you always have to be ready to defend yourself. The better fort you have, the less damage to your buildings, XP, and the resources you get from attackers. Your way will also be full of other challenges and quests, which provide diverse rewards that can help you build the city, upgrade characters, and troops. Rare loot is also hidden within dangerous monsters and other strong enemies. 

Controls – 5/5

Final Fantasy XV: A New Empire game is easy to control because all commands are implemented as separate buttons so that you don’t have to learn combinations of swipes and taps. Besides, the large part of the game is about management, reading, and planning, so you don’t have to be quick to react in time. 

Replay Value – 4.5/5

Final Fantasy XV: A New Empire full game is a free experience with unlimited spaces for exploration. However, you’re not likely to play it forever because there’s not much to do when your characters reach top levels. Battles with live players are exciting, but they lost sense when you’re both big bosses. 

The Bottom Line

During making the Final Fantasy XV: A New Empire review, we understood that this installment doesn’t have a lot in common with the original franchise. Everything about it is different and new. On the one hand, it’s a good move towards the free-to-play audience, while, on the other hand, it’s a bit of a betrayal of classics.

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Conclusion

Download Final Fantasy XV: A New Empire to play a quality mobile MMO in the famous Final Fantasy setting.


Pros : New lore with unlockable characters, troops, and clashes;
Immersive battle preparation process;
Simple touch input;
Beautiful 2D arts;
Random battles between cities.

Cons : Not much of the classic FF games;
A lot of paid items and ads.


Graphics 4.5

Gameplay 5

Controls 5

Replay Value 4.5


Average : 4.8

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