At CEDEC 2016 in Japan, Square Enix hosted a panel on the assets system of Final Fantasy XV (livestreamed on Nico Nico) and showcased something rather interesting, in the form of the assets used to create Cindy.
Charming/perverted character Cindy?
I thought it was Cidney or Sidney? She is FFXV's "Cid" Edir: oh ok. Wasn't sure
No, she's the granddaughter of FFXV's Cid
I gotta get me a glympse of these warlocks.
I have no problem saying a character is hot, but it's weird when you get in-depth with their personalities.
Damn big difference PS4 http://imgur.com/xeOPq2L XBOX ONE http://imgur.com/43mbWOR
Jesus! Why is 720p clearer than 1080p? Why?!?!?!? @nX I see what you mean but it should be close... not that noticable.
i have no idea I thin it has to do with some sort of compression but not just the resolution look at the textures the lighting and detail its crazy
Well it would be surprising if a japanese developer cared for his Xbox version, but this looks like a PS3 game.
YIKES! Is that for real? Image quality is not a strong point in either version, but Xbone version looks atrocious!
Both look atrocious and that is because these are crappy compressed youtube videos that are far from representing either version correctly. Just check out all the demo and alpha comparisons for a solid comparison compared in a somewhat professional manner and atmosphere, not some random guys screen cap of two random screenshots from two random videos.
I don't think this is real. The "bad" one just says master version anyway. Could just be the base code without all the added extras. It looks like that's what it is to me
not sure but damn if thats the difference thats pretty messed up
hmmm... could be the different type of weather ingame that makes different effects. since those two are in different time weather.
Nice assets indeed xD
Some parts probably out of silicone :-)
Calling her Cidney always
if I had a guess, at least 50-75% milk.
I'm glad SE isn't bending over the SJWs
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