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Old 08-24-2017, 02:35 PM   #153
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In what started almost three years ago at an informal meeting during the Tokyo Game Show to express admiration for each otherís work, the Assassinís Creed and Final Fantasy XV development teams have announced a collaboration that will result in the two franchises paying homage to each otherís gaming universes. The two teams marked the announcement with a piece of artwork unveiled at this yearís Gamescom that features Bayek from Assassinís Creed Origins and Noctis from Final Fantasy XV. Attendees at the show also had opportunity to get the artwork signed by Ashraf Ismail, game director at Ubisoft Montreal, and Hajime Tabata, director of Final Fantasy XV.

However, eagle-eyed fans may want to go back and look at a Final Fantasy XV trailer from November of last year, the Assassinís Creed Origins announcement trailer, and most recently, the Assassinís Creed Origins Gamescom trailer to spot Easter eggs signaling the unofficial start of the references made between the two franchises.

ďThis collaboration is the result of being huge fans,Ē says Ismail. ďThereís a lot of respect between the two teams and we couldnít be more thrilled with the opportunity to pay homage to each otherís work.Ē

The collaboration kicks off on August 30, as Final Fantasy XV players who have obtained the Dream Egg from the Moogle Chocobo Carnival event will be gifted a very familiar Assassin outfit for Noctis. The very next day, August 31, will be the release of the free Assassinís Festival DLC for Final Fantasy XV. The town of Lestallum will transform itself for the event with signs and banners signaling the arrival of the festival, and new activities will be available for players to participate in. It doesnít end there. The Assassinís Festival will have some additional themed items and features, including another outfit from Assassinís Creed, along with abilities that enable Noctis to explore more like an Assassin and even use some of the Assassinsí more well-known abilities.


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