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Final Fantasy XV Streaming Available Via NTT Docomo’s Service in Japan

Final Fantasy XV is accessible in a complete new method in Japan. Way back in March 2019, NTT Docomo dedicated to bringing 5G recreation streaming to Japan and invested in Hatch Entertainment. A year later in March 2020, the corporate launched its 5G service. Now, Final Fantasy XV is accessible to play on cellular units in Japan through the cloud streaming service. [Thanks, Game Watch!]

This Final Fantasy XV launch permits folks to play the sport on their units. It will price 5,478円 (~$51) to start out taking part in. However, this solely offers you entry to the sport for 3 years. (Thanks to Kazuma for the help!)

While NTT Docomo doesn’t provide this service exterior of Japan, it’s really potential to play Final Fantasy XV on cellular units in different areas. The recreation was among the many Google Stadia launch titles. It prices $39.99 for that model of the sport, which might then be streamed on cellular units, PCs with Chrome browsers, and PCs with Google Chromecast.

Final Fantasy XV is accessible on the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. It can be potential to play it on cellular units, both through cloud-based streaming companies out there by way of firms like Google and NTT Docomo or by selecting up Final Fantasy XV Pocket Edition, which retells the story by way of bit-sized chunks and with chibi graphics.

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