Final Fantasy XV Getting 4 DLC Episodes In 2019

Ruben Fields
April 7, 2018

Final Fantasy XV's multiplayer component, known as Comrades, will also see a standalone release later this year. During a panel hosted at PAX East, Square Enix revealed future updates coming to the game.

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Final Fantasy XV is available now for the PC, PS4 and Xbox One. It will be newly accompanied by raid bosses and battle challenges. Details about the second update coming in Winter 2018 weren't revealed. Players with other avatars will appear as ghosts within the game as well, hiding treasure boxes that will increase in value for each day it isn't found. Mod support for the PC version was also confirmed and showcased with a new video that teased new mini games.

This new content will be based exclusively on Ardyn, Aranea, Lunafreya, and Noctis, seemingly focusing on an alternative reality of the main FFXV storyline.

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During the first episode, the focus will be on Ardyn, and is now tentatively titled The Conflict of the Sage. Witness the resentment he harbored towards Lucis for over 2,000 years, and his clashes with the Astrals. The working title on this episode is The Beginning of the End, and is "A side story about the Starscourge depicted from the Niflheim's perspective".

Episode II: Lunafreya - "The Choice of Freedom" This story's about Luna's fate, which not even death can free her from.

Episode III: Noctis "The Final Strike" (Working Title) (Spring 2019) - Parting ways with the Astrals, Noctis embarks upon his final battle in order to attain the ideal future for all his people.

All four of these DLC episodes will be released in early 2019 and Square Enix is planning to launch them simultaneously one after another with just a month's break between each DLC.

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