Square Enix today issued another three screenshots for Final Fantasy 15, showing off three high-definition looks at the game's overworld.
Above is Restalm, a city within the region of Duscae (the namesake of the demo launched back in March). The city uses Cuba as a design inspiration, according to a description from Square Enix.
Next is "Continent," a look at the party driving between towns. Final Fantasy 15 will be an open-world game, and this is meant to show that.
Here's Ido, an eerie dungeon. "For a long time, this dungeon has seen no traces of human activity," says Square Enix. Odds are good that'll change.
Last week at Gamescom, GameSpot reported that director Hajime Tabata said the game would not launch this year, but would launch before 2017. Using our powers of deductive reasoning, that leaves 2016 as Final Fantasy 15's launch window. Square Enix also has about 90 seconds of gameplay footage shown at Gamescom 2015. View it below.