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Final Fantasy XV Update 1.09 Now Out on PS4 & Xbox One, Is 4.65GB

[embedded content] Final Fantasy XV update 1.09 is now live on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, and players have revealed that it’s a 4.65GB download on PS4. With the update, Square Enix has added a new Steady Mode on PlayStation 4 Pro, which “enables the player to enjoy a smooth gameplay experience with a stable frame-rate.” According to the above video from VG Tech, you can expect 1080p visuals and a near locked 30 frames-per-second when in Steady Mode. Here’s everything Square Enix says was added with update 1.09 today: Implementation of additional display options for PlayStation 4 Pro Addition of content in collaboration with Terra Battle Introduction of rankings to Timed Quests First Timed Quest reward – the Afrosword, a Greatsword inspired by Grammy Award winning DJ and Producer Afrojack New car decals for players to customize their Regalia Three new songs added to the Music Player. Enlarged font sizes for the subtitles and various menu screens Various bug fixes According to the Japanese Final Fantasy XV website, the online multiplayer DLC should cost around $15 USD on its own when it eventually launches. [Source: Final Fantasy XV (1), (2), (3), Reddit (1), (2), (3), VG Tech via Nova Crystallis, NeoGAF] READ FULL STORY AT…

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Final Fantasy XV Update 1.09 Released; Adds “Stable Mode” For PS4 Pro and More

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This Week’s Final Fantasy XV Update Also Adds the Afrojack-Inspired Afrosword

[embedded content] Square Enix has announced that the April 27 update for Final Fantasy XV on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One will include the Afrosword, a great sword inspired by DJ and Producer Afrojack. Based on DJ decks, the Afrosword “gives extra damage” and, when you equip it, the background music will change to a new song by Afrojack. To unlock the Afrosword, you’ll need to complete the next Timed Quest, which will be available beginning on Thursday, April 27. This week’s Final Fantasy XV update will also include a Stable Mode for PS4 Pro owners, enlarged subtitles and text sizes in some menu screens, a new sticker for Regalia customization, and new songs for the music player. [Source: Final Fantasy XV (Twitter 1, 2, 3)] READ FULL STORY AT PLAYSTATIONLIFESTYLE!

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Final Fantasy XV April 27 Update Will Include Afrojack-Inspired Weapon

Today, Square Enix announced that the previously revealed April 27th update — which includes the addition of a “stable mode” on PS4 Pro and much more — will come packed with the “Afrosword.” …Read More The post Final Fantasy XV April 27 Update Will Include Afrojack-Inspired Weapon by Tyler Fischer appeared first on DualShockers.

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Hironobu Sakaguchi’s Terra Battle Announces Final Fantasy XV Crossover Event

Final Fantasy’s father Hironobu Sakaguchi gets one step closer to its wayward child with a crossover event between Terra Battle and Final Fantasy XV. …Read More The post Hironobu Sakaguchi’s Terra Battle Announces Final Fantasy XV Crossover Event by Giuseppe Nelva appeared first on DualShockers.

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Final Fantasy XV Update Next Week Brings Stable Mode for PS4 Pro Owners

On April 27, Square Enix will release a new Final Fantasy XV update that adds a Stable Mode for PlayStation 4 Pro owners, allowing you to comfortably play the game at a stable frame-rate. Additionally, Timed Quests will start up again, and a new ranking system will be included (you can earn luxury weapons as a first reward). Also, the patch will enlarge subtitles and some menu screen text sizes, a new sticker will be added for Regalia customization, and new songs will be added to the music player. The next DLC pack for Final Fantasy XV is Episode Prompto, and it’s scheduled for June 2017. [Source: Gamer, Gematsu, Nova Crystallis, Reddit] READ FULL STORY AT PLAYSTATIONLIFESTYLE!

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New Final Fantasy XV Patch Adds “Stable Mode” for PS4 Pro and More; Coming April 27th

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Dragon Quest XI Sales Might Top 5 Million in Japan, Says Kadokawa Managing Director

Kadokawa Corporation’s Managing Director, Hirokazu Hamamura, has said that he expects Dragon Quest XI: In Search of Departed Time‘s sales to top five million units in Japan. Speaking at The Present Conditions and Prospects of the Game Industry seminar in Tokyo, he said that the upcoming title can outsell Final Fantasy XV and Pokémon Sun & Moon combined. Siliconera reports that both the aforementioned games have sold roughly one million and four million in the country, respectively. Explaining his statement, Hamamura said that Dragon Quest XI is likely to reach that ambitious number due to an eventual Nintendo Switch release and an increase in fan base owing to Dragon Quest smartphone titles. “The destructive force that is Dragon Quest software is on a completely different level,” said Hamamura. “There will likely be people who buy both the PlayStation 4 and 3DS versions as well.” Japanese players will get their hands on Dragon Quest XI: In Search of Departed Time on June 29 with a Double Pack: Hero Sword Box on offer that bundles the PS4 and 3DS versions together. [Source: Mantan Web via Siliconera] READ FULL STORY AT PLAYSTATIONLIFESTYLE!

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Final Fantasy XV’s Noctis Most Wanted for Kingdom Hearts by Famitsu Readers; Lightning Follows

The latest issue of Weekly Famitsu included a popular vote among the readers of the Japanese publication, on which Final Fantasy character they’d like to see making an appearance in a future Kingdom Hearts game. …Read More The post Final Fantasy XV’s Noctis Most Wanted for Kingdom Hearts by Famitsu Readers; Lightning Follows by Giuseppe Nelva appeared first on DualShockers.

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Final Fantasy XV’s Noctis Most Wanted for Kingdom Hearts by Famitsu Readers; Lightning Follows

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Final Fantasy XV Soundtrack for PS4 Is $1, Will Be Unavailable After June 18

Released today for PlayStation 4, the Final Fantasy XV and Kingsglaive Final Fantasy XV soundtracks are available for just $0.99 USD/£0.79 each. As the PlayStation Store descriptions point out though, they’re only available for purchase until April 18, and the “purchased content will expire and become unavailable after [June 18].” You can see the track listings and images from each soundtrack in the gallery below, with descriptions right here: Final Fantasy XV Original Soundtrack Special Edition (3.7GB) Final Fantasy XV is the latest installment of the franchise anticipated by players worldwide. Enjoy a new generation of the Final Fantasy world with its music, visuals and in-game scenes on PlayStation 4! This soundtrack will be available for a limited period of time only. Kingsglaive Final Fantasy XV Original Soundtrack Special Edition (391MB) The Kingsglaive FFXV Original Soundtrack will be available for a limited period of time! Please enjoy this luxurious soundtrack application with a set of movie screenshots, character illustrations and overwhelming music! Will you be buying either soundtrack? [Source: PlayStation Store (North America, Europe) via Final Fantasy XV, Wario64] READ FULL STORY AT PLAYSTATIONLIFESTYLE!

Final Fantasy XV: Square Enix Might Explore Ardyn’s Background, Multiplayer Beta Planned

In a video interview with Italian website Game Legends last week, Final Fantasy XV Director Hajime Tabata teased that Square Enix might explore Ardyn Izunia’s backstory. “We do have plans for something like that,” he said. “Please look forward to it.” Tabata was also quizzed about the game’s multiplayer elements and while he couldn’t reveal anything, he did say that the studio plans to conduct a beta test before offering the service. Elsewhere in the interview, Tabata was asked if the team faced any difficulties transitioning from Final Fantasy Versus XIII to Final Fantasy XV, to which he said: Since the hardware generation changed, we had to look at everything again including the layout, usable technology, and form of production, and alongside that renew the game content to be suitable for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One generation. Last but not least, we’re told that Square Enix will introduce new types of gameplay via DLC, which will be based on the content’s theme. [Source: Game Legends via Gematsu] READ FULL STORY AT PLAYSTATIONLIFESTYLE!

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Final Fantasy XV Rated by Famitsu Readers; Survey Reveals Favorite Characters, Play Times and More

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Final Fantasy XV’s April Fool Is a Cute “Episode Kenny” DLC