In a recent Japanese livestream, Final Fantasy XV director Hajime Tabata spilled some delicious little beans with regards to the eternally anticipated role-playing game. As translated by Siliconera, Tabata revealed that the title's main story will take around 50 hours to complete, which is ten hours longer than previously estimated by the developer. In other words, the adventure seems to have been lengthened since this was last talked about.

Tabata also teased that there are plenty of surprises coming during the game's big release date event at the end of the month. What's more, a playable demo of the title will be shown during the show. With any luck, this'll give us a better idea of what the finished product will be like.

In slightly worrying news, however, the director admits that the team hasn't quite got the title running at a solid 30 frames per second. The developer will apparently be doing all that it can to realise its frame rate target, but as is usually the case, we won't know how well the release runs until it's out in the wild.

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[source gamestalk.net, via siliconera.com]