Final Fantasy XV has been recognized as a revival for the long-term video game RPG series, and has received critical acclaim from critics and long-term fans alike. As several players have already finished the principal storyline of the game itself, there were predictions for a DLC release that would put on to power-armor for the lead called “Magitek Exosuits”.
However, now it just feels like fans are going to be waiting for longer than usual. The DLC release has allegedly been detained due to a familiarity to Lionsgate and Saban’s Mighty Morphin Power Rangers movie revamp.
According to Forbes, the problem seems to be that the visuals for the color-coded Magitek Exosuits turned out to be too similar in the complete appearance to the redesigned armor suits being utilized in the new movie of Power Rangers. One of the reasons for this is that the Exosuits were plainly designed in respect to Super Sentai; a children’s action franchise that has been running for a long time from Japanese TV (the Final Fantasy games were previously developed in Japan) which also worked for the “foundation” for the franchise in the west of the Power Rangers.
The 23 seasons of TV franchise Power Rangers have been created by the repurposing action footage from Super Sentai – the editing department said footage amalgamated with new footage of English actors performing as the unmasked sort of the heroes. On the contrary, the new movie directed by Dean Israelite from a screenplay by John Gatins was generated contemporarily from the group up via the foundation and designs of character/vehicle are slightly based on the original Mighty Morphin embodiment of the property.
The movie celebrates relative newbies Dacre Montgomery, Naomi Scott, R. J. Cyler, Becky G and Ludi Lin as the core Red, Pink, Blue, Yellow and Black Power Rangers, in order. Their personalities continue to be the same names from the series, however, with hugely new personas and backgrounds. Bryan Cranston will be co-starring as the Rangers suspicious alien leader Zondon and with Bill Hader as his assistant bot Alpha-5 and Elizabeth Banks as the villainess Rita Repulsa; she is an ancient alien with who has returned to planet Earth after 10 millenniums deportation serves as the impetus to convene the Power Rangers and foil her plan.
The official date for the release of Final Fantasy DLC has not yet been announced nor is there any hint on what the new suits will look like.