Typical of the long-running series, Final Fantasy XVI has some downright gorgeous artwork behind it. In fact, it's so good that we've decided to gather it all on a single page for your perusal. Below, you'll find all of the officially released Final Fantasy XVI artwork so far, most of which has been beautifully drawn by the game's character designer, Kazuya Takahashi.
Final Fantasy XVI actually takes place across several decades, as the story follows protagonist Clive Rosfield through his teens, twenties, and thirties. This art shows a youthful Clive alongside his younger brother, Joshua.
From left to right: Joshua Rosfield, childhood friend Jill Warick, and Clive Rosfield as teenagers.
A group depiction of Joshua, Clive, and Jill. Joshua is holding Torgal, the Rosfield family's loyal dog — or puppy, at this point.
From left to right: An older Clive, an older Jill, and Cidolfus 'Cid' Telamon. Cid is one of Clive's allies.
Puppy Torgal and mature Torgal. As a fully-grown war hound, Torgal can join Clive in battle.
From left to right: Benedikta Harman, Hugo Kupka, Barnabas Tharmr, and Dion Lesage. Like Clive, Jill, and Cid, all of them are 'Dominants' — people who possess the powers of god-like entities known as Eikons.
From left to right: Phoenix, Shiva, Ramuh, and Garuda. These are the fully-realised forms of the god-like Eikons. The aforementioned Dominants can transform into these colossal entities.
From left to right: Titan, Bahamut, Odin, and Ifrit. Main character Clive becomes the Dominant of Ifrit, and somehow has the ability to absorb the powers of the other Eikons.
Two city landscapes from Final Fantasy XVI. The game's nations are both fuelled and protected by giant crystals, which feature prominently in these artworks.
An atmospheric artwork that shows Clive journeying towards one of the nations, and its gigantic crystal.
Which artworks have caught your eye? Do you have a favourite Final Fantasy XVI character yet? We'll update this gallery with more artwork as it's released, but until then, summon some Eikons in the comments section below.