Square Enix has released 1080p resolution footage of Final Fantasy 15.

The video, below, contains footage first shown during October's Paris Game Week. It's now finally available in tip-top resolution.

We see the FF15 boy band driving along a country road. They stop at the side of the road, then get out for a bit of a jog.

There's running. Lots of running. And then some walking. Then more running. Day turns to night. The local wildlife doesn't seem too bothered.

The second video, below, delves into the tech behind the demo. There's not a huge amount of interest here.

At Tokyo Game Show in September, Square Enix announced a FF15 demo would be launched alongside Final Fantasy Type 0 HD in Europe on 20th March 2015, and that Hajime Tabata had replaced Tetsuya Nomura as director. Tabata previously worked on games such as Final Fantasy 7: Crisis Core, as well as Final Fantasy Type 0.

For a more action-packed look at FF15, check out the TGS 2014 video, below.

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