Final Fantasy 15 Summons: What We Know So Far

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Final Fantasy 15 is one month away, and fans cannot wait for the latest iteration of the epic RPG series. One of the best parts of the games are the summons, which are present and accounted for in this installment of the Final Fantasy series. It turns out that some fans have managed to discover a few of the summons Noctis will be using in the game.

According to a Reddit user, Noctis will have seven slots for summons. This means that there will either be seven summons in the game, or only seven can be equipped at a time. Either way, it will be really cool seeing the summons tear up some enemies in glorious 1080p/60fps.

Those who played the Final Fantasy 15 Platinum Demo will know that Carbuncle will be one of the summons that the player can use later on. Carbuncle guides the player through the demo and should be a fun ally to have in the actual game.

Favorites like Bahamut, Shiva, Ifrit and Titan have also been confirmed. These summons were loved by fans in the older Final Fantasy games, and it will be interesting to see how powerful and useful they will be during battle. The game has an action-oriented combat system that has some similarities to the Kingdom Hearts series, which should make summoning special in the game’s battlefield.

Will Ifrit return in Final Fantasy 15?

Will we see more than seven summons in the game? That’s definitely a possibility, especially since the developers recently announced that the game will have a DLC, which isn’t a first for the series but does open up some interesting possibilities. The game will be coming out in a month, so fans won’t have to wait too long to play through the adventure with Noctis and his party of boyband members.

Final Fantasy 15 is coming to the PS4 and Xbox One on September 30. There is also a special VR game of the same name, which doesn’t look too impressive. Those who pre-order the Deluxe or Ultimate Collector?s ?Edition of the game can get the movie Kingsglaive Final Fantasy 15 movie, which acts as a prelude to the main game and might be essential for fans.

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