A look at how pronunciations in the game’s new language work

The official translation of Final Fantasy XV’s new Japanese language is now available.

While it doesn’t offer any official support for the game, it is a nice step in the right direction for the franchise.

It includes the usual pronunciation support, but it also provides hints at what the Japanese will look like.

The first hint comes in the form of the word “kagoshima,” which is a Japanese term for “fate.”

As such, it means “destiny.”

But the second hint is a bit more interesting: In Japanese, it’s usually pronounced “kakoshima” with an “a” sound.

That means it means: “Kakoshama is my destiny.”

There’s no official translation yet for the word, but this is a good start.

Final Fantasy fans will also get some additional information about the game in the next few weeks.

The Final Fantasy VII Remake is set for release on February 20, 2019.

It has a total of 17 playable characters.