Final Fantasy XV: A New Empire

Final Fantasy XV: A New Empire

By Epic Action LLC

  • Category: Games
  • Release Date: 2017-06-28
  • Current Version:
  • Adult Rating: 12+
  • File Size: 184.65 MB
  • Developer: Epic Action LLC
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
Score: 4
From 41,115 Ratings


Rally your troops, deploy your traps, and prepare for the largest battle the Realm has ever seen. Lead your forces to victory and dominate the Realm in Final Fantasy XV: A New Empire! Final Fantasy XV: A New Empire is a mobile MMO experience that delivers massive warfare and thrilling adventures on your device. The possibilities are endless in the Realm. Want to ride a Chocobo to scout an enemy Empire? How about fighting Monsters and raiding their lairs for rare loot? Explore a vast world bursting with content as you build, upgrade, and fight your way to glory. Infantry, mages, cavalry, and siege units are yours to command and level-up. Put your army to the test by fighting alongside your Guild — and even competing in colossal Realm-vs-Realm events! In addition to defeating foes, you can enjoy countless features, including: - Unlock new playable Heroes like Lunafreya, Gladiolus, and Ignis - Build your very own Empire and set powerful Traps to halt your enemies - Craft weapons and armor for your Hero, from Gladiolus’ Hardedge to Aranea Highwind’s signature lance. - Battle Monsters and scavenge their lairs to uncover rare loot. - Chat with players from around the globe, receiving real-time translations in your language Be bold or be destroyed. Summon your strength in Final Fantasy XV: A New Empire! Privacy Policy: Terms of Service: Game Page:



  • Money pit with terrible support

    By Moat Monster
    My advice after playing this game for well over two years, is don’t bother. While fun at first, and the interaction between players can be enjoyable at times, this game becomes a MASSIVE MONEY PIT, and will require well over $5000 in pack purchases for you to remain remotely competitive. Even that will be short lived as the developers continue to add more levels, stronger troops, stronger monsters to train, and more powerful heroes. It’s a never ending wallet drain. Do yourself a favor and find a game that’s worth it and not so focused on pay to win, or the packs don’t cost $100 each. This game will be dead in another six months. Just to add an update, the devs performed a complete reset of the game by introducing “dark” buildings, resources, and troops. Everything people had purchased prior to this point is now WORTHLESS. Some people have spent 10s of thousands on this game...think about that for a minute. I stopped playing the game and now only login to talk with the friends I’ve made in the game. That’s about the only redeeming aspect of this game...sadly. Way to screw up, Epic Action.
  • Worst customer support ever

    By Aimee Giles
    Don’t bother writing tickets.. No one in their customer support actually bothers to read them. You will get a generic response typically to an unrelated issue . You will go back and forth at least a dozen times, wasting hours of your time and energy for the first 6 responses to be generic nonsense.. the next 2 responses will be repeats of one of the 6, none of which solves the issue and at this point no one had even bothered to address the correct issue.. you are now 8 emails in and if you are lucky, they have given you some useless token of the appreciation.. typically some tiny amount of Noctis medals.. but your Noctis is over 200 and they give you like 50 of the the ones you use when you are less than level 100. But they don’t care, that would actually have required them to make an effort to look at your account.. look into the issue.. no one ever does.. it’s a money pit where every support rep must be trained to ignore the first 5 responses because it happens every time.. Flint, Charlie, Regina , ivy, Susie, Leroy, aurrez.. just a few of the names you will see over and over who never read your ticket .. just blow you off and ignore system issues, broken events , game glitches, etc
  • There’s An Ad Of It In Dune That Has No X

    By TLCNibler
    GO AWAY!!!! NVM It’s Hidden But Omimitize Ad For iPhone X
  • Pack purchase

    By C a r l a RN
    Oh the packs you see below $1.99 I have never seen in this game. They are $99

    By snajiajsjjdksks
    dude actually u have to pay to have fun
  • Bugs

    By halebz
    This game can't handle iPhone 6 I can't buy any device please help 😰I love my game 😢😢
  • This game is great if...

    By Jwelch59
    You go into it with the knowledge that the developers are wildly dishonest, get off on false/exaggerated advertising and want your money more than they want the game to be enjoyable. 1st off: Ghe screenshot previews are inaccurate. Graphics aren’t that great, and the battle action they show in the above screenshots does not exist. It’s much more basic and tame. The astrals are no more than mere sprites that slowly walk towards an empire when used. Not at all huge and lively as shown in the “preview”. The developers will blatantly lie about what is in packs, give misleading names to the packs to entice you into purchasing, and have an item that gives “ALL” of a type of item/passive boosts without listing each boost provided with your purchase, then give you a small percentage of what is available, only to tell you that the lifetime boosts you’re mailing them about not receiving is not available in the pack, and that they appreciate your input, but they need you to understand that your input will most likely not be put to use. Don’t expect to be a contender or effective against higher level players unless you spend thousands of dollars(or whatever currency you use) to build your empire. Anyway, the game is like that selfish friend you only hang out with every once in a while because they’re entertaining. And P.S. The game resets every 100 citadel levels, making everything you have built essentially useless, outdated, weak and obsolete, literally. So if you do put loads of money into it, don’t expect it do you much good for very long.
  • Very sloppy programming

    By Mbogombogo
    Horribly coded communication protocol leads to great difficulty even signing in, at all. Programmers are obviously quite ignorant of proper deterministic response, as I have no problems with other applications.
  • I just downloaded it

    By 338584)&&)&;&
    I play it all the time in the commercials it’s hopefully it’s fun when I play it
  • Not free

    By 47810@3
    Cannot play without purchasing