With the release of FINAL FANTASY TYPE-0 HDfast approaching, Square Enix Ltd., today released a European version of the final Japanese trailer for the title – unveiled during its SQUARE ENIX “Active Time Report” in Tokyo last week. Detailing the overall storyline and the struggles that Class Zero will face, the trailer gives fans a further look at FINAL FANTASY TYPE-0 HD and the World of Orience ahead of the game’s arrival across Europe and PAL territories on the 20th March 2015. The trailer also brings confirmation of dual-audio support (English / Japanese), as well as a choice of various language subtitles (English, French, German, Spanish, Italian) for both FINAL FANTASY TYPE-0 HD and the accompanying playable demo of the highly anticipated FINAL FANTASY XV. The demo, entitled FINAL FANTASY –EPISODE DUSCAE- will be included in the ‘Day One’ edition of FINAL FANTASY TYPE-0 HD while stocks last, and be playable from the day that FINAL FANTASY TYPE-0 HD is on-sale. In addition, the company has also released further information detailing some of the content players can expect to see in FINAL FANTASY XV –EPISODE DUSCAE- as well as conditions and instructions for obtaining the demo. Built using Luminous Studio – the highly impressive new engine and technology from SQUARE ENIX, FINAL FANTASY XV – EPISODE DUSCAE – delivers the next-generation of role-playing and adventure, featuring a vast open world to explore filled with plains, forests and exotic indigenous species. The demo’s subtitle – EPISODE DUSCAE- refers to the region of the fictitious world that the content from the demo is set. While the demo will allow players to explore the Duscae region, the full game will have many more regions to explore within its massive world. FINAL FANTASY XV –EPISODE DUSCAE– will include several hours of playtime and features plenty of hidden secrets, giving players lots to see and do. Demo Access / Obtain Conditions With both the boxed and digital versions of FINAL FANTASY TYPE-0 HD, the demo will be playable on day of launch (20th March 2015). The demo will be available with all boxed, ‘Day One’ editions of FINAL FANTASY TYPE-0 HD while stocks last, and for a limited time only with digital versions. Those who have purchased the boxed version (first print, ‘Day One’ edition only) of FINAL FANTASY TYPE-0 HD will receive a demo download voucher included inside the game box. This will be redeemable via the PlayStation Store / Xbox LIVE Marketplace until 20th March 2016. Once downloaded onto your console’s hard disc drive, the demo will be yours to keep until you choose to delete it – and will not be erased from your hard disc drive at the request of Square Enix. An internet connection will be required to download the demo.