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New Trailer Released For ‘Final Fantasy 13-2’ [VIDEO]: Official Release Date Set For December 11 On Steam

By Staff Writer | November 12, 2014 07:29 PM EST

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While fans might still be sadly waiting for the official "Final Fantasy 15" release date, they can at least be comforted to know that "Final Fantasy 13-2" for PC has not only a new trailer to gush over, but also a December release date to look forward to.

In the Anime News Network forum for the announcement of "Final Fantasy's 13-2" for PC, fans were mostly concerned about graphics. One fan however had the somewhat hilarious lament that they'd have to decide which platform to play the game on.

"I want to get this, but I already have 15 hours on my PS3 save. I don't think I'm in mood to replay 15 hours again," said Core Signal. The fan then followed up with a signature frowny-face emoticon.

According to Siliconera, the trailer for "Final Fantasy 13-2" for PC was originally streamed on Square Enix's official youtube channel but was taken down and then reposted on Steam, the PC platform in which the game will be sold. The trailer has since been re-posted (perhaps someone at Square Enix jumped the gun) in which fans can watch it below.

For fans who may need a refresher on the plot for "Final Fantasy 13-2," Wikipedia describes it as follows: "As a result of Cocoon's fall at the end of Final Fantasy XIII, some of its surviving citizens now reside on Gran Pulse, and the world has adopted a new dating system ("AF" or "After the Fall"). In the three years since, new towns and cities have been established. While searching for Lightning, Serah and Noel travel to old and new places on Pulse and in Cocoon."

As for the release date, according to "Final Fantasy 13-2's" official Steam site, the game will be available for wide purchase starting December 11. Any eager "Final Fantasy" fans can also pre-order the game right now.

Tagged :  Final Fantasy 13-2, Final Fantasy, steam, PC Games

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