Square Enix puts up a 143 screen promotional display for FFXIV
Square Enix put up a 143-piece notebook computer display in promotion of the Final Fantasy XIV expansion pack, Souten no Ishgard (translated to Final Fantasy XIV: Heavensward for the international release.)
The display was unveiled in Odaiba (home of the to-scale Gundam statue) and placed in front of the Mediage movie ticket counter.
Standing at about 4.5 meters high, elaborate multi-tiered display of computers plays the Final Fantasy main theme while projecting images in promotion of the game.
This same display was also featured in the commercial video aired on live television, advertising the expansion pack release. Video game composer and sound director Masayoshi Soken also made an appearance in the video in the form of a live performance of the game's theme on the piano.
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Masayoshi Soken has composed the majority of the game's score—over 100 tracks—in addition to his duties as the sound director.
The release date for the expansion pack is June 23rd, and the exhibition display will be open to the public until June 28th.