Square Enix is now advertising Final Fantasy XV on Japanese trains=. These ads are silent. That means no sound to annoy riders during work commutes. The silence is fine. Final Fantasy XV's beautiful visuals make plenty of "noise" on their own.

The videos don't show much gameplay, instead focusing on how Square Enix brings the world and characters to life. Each of them deals with the development of different elements like roads, Noctis' face, horrific alligator monsters, and even the gargantuan task of bringing legendary artist Amano Yoshitaka's art to life in the new 3D engine.

Why thiis matters:

Final Fantasy XV releases on Nov. 29 for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. The game could determine the future of the series depending on its performance, and Square Enix wants to prove how much effort went into making this game a reality over the last 10 years.

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