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Final Fantasy XV wins at the PlayStation Awards 2017

Final Fantasy XV wins at the PlayStation Awards 2017

Written by Brayden — 30 Nov 2017

Final Fantasy XV has won a couple of awards at the PlayStation Awards 2017, the annual event for Japan and Asia.

Final Fantasy XV won a Platinum Prize, which is awarded to games that have sold over one million copies.

And it also won a User's Choice Award, this award is given to the 10 games with the most votes from fans.

Final Fantasy XV director Hajime Tabata and producer Shinji Hashimoto were in attendance to receive the awards.

Final Fantasy XV is just the latest Final Fantasy game to win PlayStation Awards.

Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remaster won the Gold Prize (which is awarded for selling over 500,000 copies) in 2014. While Final Fantasy X and Final Fantasy VII both also won the 20th Anniversary User's Choice Award. Producer Yoshinori Kitase was in attendance to receive the awards.

Final Fantasy XIII-2 won the Gold Prize and User's Choice Award in 2012. Director Motomu Toriyama and producer Yoshinori Kitase were in attendance to receive the awards.

And Final Fantasy XIII also won the Platinum Prize and User's Choice Award in 2010. Director Motomu Toriyama and producer Yoshinori Kitase were in attendance to receive the awards.