The world of Eos
Eos is a land composed of several empires that have lost their crystals long ago. But while the empires are majority of Eos’ landmass, they have also small distinct villages where people stay. Each of these locations mentioned in this page are either neutral to the whole Empire War or a Dungeon the players have to go through.
Locations in Eos
Lestallum is the first and the main town for the first half of the game. Geographically, it is near the town of Duscae.
The town is of modern bustling town of tropical climate with palm trees lining the streets. There is a rope-way that currently cannot be ridden. The functionality may be added later if the developers have enough time. Like all towns, the town of Lestallum has hotels and shops that Noctis can shop around in for items and equipment. In Lestallum, the party can gain information, find some materials, and replenish before entering the open world again. Bustling with store-lined roads, street vendors and musicians, the town offers a change of pace arriving from an open world type gameplay preceding it.
The real main attraction in Lestallum is the meteor that crash landed in the site. According to many people, the meteor crashed and has been there even during the “beginning of time”. If you look also around the city, there are also signs of a Mako Reactor-looking structure that’s lying around. A possible tribute to Final Fantasy VII.
Galdin Quay is a resort area in Final Fantasy XV, close to the Leide region. It’s a large hotel sprawling over the water. Here, the party meats Ardryn Izuna in the hotel.
Palm trees, bungalows, and the sea surround the area. The inspiration for this particular location is hoping to give a more relaxing view instead of the usual combat. And their theme for Galdin Quay is to give the player a feeling of how it’s like exploring a floating hotel.