Kingsglaive Arrives on August 19 in North America
Brendan    2016-06-17, 04:36 am.

Kingsglaive: Final Fantasy XV, the CGI prequel film to Final Fantasy XV, will arrive in select theaters throughout the United States on August 19, 2016. It follows a month after the Japanese theatrical release on July 9, 2016 which means that anyone who wants to avoid spoilers should probably abandon the internet during the intervening period. In the United States, the film will be distributed by Stage 6, but little else was revealed.

Ticket prices, theater locations, and digital distribution (which was the original method of release mentioned at Uncovered: Final Fantasy XV) are still unknown. In the meantime, you can enjoy the movie's E3 2016 trailer and its not-so-bad English dub.

Ikuzo    2016-07-02, 16:34 pm

Oh, so its only a week away from premiering over here!? ...Okay!

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Brendan    2016-08-24    0 comments

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Brendan    2016-07-24    0 comments

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Brendan    2016-07-23    0 comments

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