Whoops. After promising to bring you lot the latest Final Fantasy XV livestream last week, we've ended up missing it completely. The newest Active Time Report - in which Square Enix shares details on its upcoming role-playing game - has already aired in Japan earlier today, which, to be fair, probably means that it would have been too early in the morning for many of you to catch anyway. Excuses, excuses.

Anyway, the good news is that you didn't miss much. According to Siliconera, the stream focussed on recapping the events of Uncovered: Final Fantasy XV, but a couple of reasonably interesting tidbits were revealed all the same.

For starters, it was confirmed that Final Fantasy XV will feature a New Game+ mode, allowing you to carry progress over to a new save once you've finished your initial run - although no specific details on what you can actually transfer to a fresh game were given. As long as the adventure's a whole lot of fun, we'll never say no to New Game+.

Moving away from the title itself, Square Enix stated that the Ultimate Collector's Edition of the release is being restocked in Japan at some point. This could potentially mean that it'll make a return in other regions, too, but we wouldn't bet the farm on it.

The next Active Time Report will take place around E3 in June, but will you be keeping your eyes peeled? Completely forget about livestreams in the comments section below.

[source siliconera.com]