[embedded content] Ahead of the Episode Gladiolus DLC releasing tomorrow, March 28, Square Enix has brought out Final Fantasy XV update 1.07, which is 5.6GB on PlayStation 4 and 7.4GB on Xbox One. Adding cutscenes that enhance the Chapter 13 story, two different playable Chapter 13 routes for you to choose from, more powerful ring magic, and more areas for you to explore, here’s the patch notes for today’s new update (via Gematsu), which launched in two parts: Version 1.07 Various bug fixes Version 1.06 Addition of Chapter 13, Verse 2 (alternate route featuring Gladiolus) Enhancement of Arcana spells (Alterna, Holy, Death) Announcement of winning snapshots from first photo contest (viewable at Takka’s Pit Stop in Hammerhead) Temporary conclusion of Timed Quests (will resume at a later date) Addition of two pieces from Episode Gladiolus downloadable content to music player tracklist Addition of compatibility with Episode Gladiolus downloadable content Various gameplay enhancements Various bug fixes Updated saves will not work on former versions of the game The above video gives you a look at the new Chapter 13, Verse 2, some of the other content included in today’s update, and a glimpse at Episode Gladiolus. Letting you play as Gladiolus, who has a READ FULL…
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Final Fantasy XV gets a sizable update, adding new content and preparing for the release of Gladio’s DLC. …Read More The post Final Fantasy XV Version 1.07 Now Available; Brings Chapter 13 Improvements and More by Giuseppe Nelva appeared first on DualShockers.
A new Final Fantasy XV trailer showcases the upcoming update coming on Tuesday. …Read More The post New Final Fantasy XV Trailer Shows Today’s Update, First Look at Chapter 13 Improvements and More by Giuseppe Nelva appeared first on DualShockers.
Square Enix reveal new information on Final Fantasy XV’s upcoming story DLC Episode Gladiolus. …Read More The post Final Fantasy XV’s First Story DLC Episode Gladiolus Gets New Info: Backstory, New Modes and More by Giuseppe Nelva appeared first on DualShockers.
Square Enix announced today that they are currently running a two-week collaboration with Final Fantasy XV in Mobius Final Fantasy that can net players new ability cards. …Read More The post Mobius Final Fantasy and Final Fantasy XV Cross Over with New Event by Tomas Franzese appeared first on DualShockers.
Episode Gladiolus, the first major DLC and the first of three post-launch episodes scheduled for Final Fantasy XV is releasing in a few weeks (check out the episode’s first 15 minutes here). And in an interview with GameSpot, Haruyoshi Sawatari, the main producer of the DLC chapters, hinted at the possibility that the game could see more character DLCs after the upcoming post-launch episodes are released. In the interview, Sawatari explains that while the studio currently isn’t working on any more character episodes beyond the three episodes currently planned for release, if they were to work on more they would look at the feedback given by the game’s fans to decide which character to feature. Sawatari cited that their objective for the year is to give back to the fans. Outside of the three current episode DLCs, we don’t have anything beyond that. But this year is all about giving back to our fan base, so if we were to continue the DLC, we would probably see what the feedback is. Final Fantasy XV: Episode Gladiolus is coming out on March 28 and the next episode, Episode Prompto, is scheduled to come out sometime in June. The READ FULL STORY…
Final Fantasy XV DLC Producer teases a surprise about Episode Prompto at the end of Episode Gladiolus. …Read More The post Final Fantasy XV DLC Episode Gladiolus Will Include a “Surprise” on Episode Prompto by Giuseppe Nelva appeared first on DualShockers.
[embedded content] GameSpot has managed to snag an exclusive look at the first fifteen minutes of Final Fantasy XV Episode Gladiolus, which you can check out above. It may contain spoilers so proceed at your own risk. The $4.99 content follows Gladio as he leaves the group and sets on a path full of challenges. Here’s an official description: Gladio, one of the three faithful comrades who accompany Noctis on his journey will become a playable character for the very first time in his own episode with a completely different type of gameplay and an all-new story. Picking up from the events from the group’s encounter with Ravus, Gladio leaves the group to train alongside Cor and become even more powerful. He sets on a path to face challenges by encountering larger than life monsters along the way. Episode Gladiolus will release on March 28. You can get it as part of the Season Pass or purchase the DLC individually. READ FULL STORY AT PLAYSTATIONLIFESTYLE!
Today, during a stage event at PAX East, Square Enix showcased the very first gameplay of Final Fantasy XV‘s first story DLC Episode Gladiolus. …Read More The post Final Fantasy XV Episode Gladiolus Gets First PS4 Gameplay and First Look on Gilgamesh by Giuseppe Nelva appeared first on DualShockers.
Square Enix is at it again, releasing an excellent set of images for the newest addition to the Play Arts Kai line of figures. …Read More The post The Elegant Lunafreya Nox Play Arts Kai Figure Gets a Set of New Images by Jordan Loeffler appeared first on DualShockers.
The epic soundtrack for Final Fantasy is getting a four-disc physical release in the US in just a few weeks, and is now available for preorders. …Read More The post Final Fantasy XV: Original Soundtrack Gets Four-Disc Physical Release on March 24 in US by Ryan Meitzler appeared first on DualShockers.
The majority of Final Fantasy XV is a road trip with friends. In real life, it’s the kind of thing you’d make a scrapbook out of. So one fan did. Advertisement Huge FFXV fan Lithmire has been making a physical scrapbook of their Final Fantasy FFX playthrough. This means: printing out Prompto’s photos and putting them in a book, adorned with stickers, washi tape and patterned paper. “I’ve always been a big scrapbooker, and tend to think of any of my own trips as excuses to put another together when I get home, so I guess I got a little too into the game’s roadtrip atmosphere?” she told me. “With the photos especially it [gave me] a lot of nostalgia for my college friends—I used burn through tons of disposable cameras.” Lithmire said that the aesthetic was inspired by cheesy college scrapbooks she’d made in the past, with a total “raided-mom’s-craft-drawer” look. “If I was scrapbooking video game boys anyway, may as well embrace all the guilty pleasures and use lots of glitter and huge puffy stickers too, just, Maximum Cheese Factor,” she said. When I READ FULL STORY AT KOTAKU!
Final Fantasy XV was a complex product to bring to market, but also to localize, and Localization Director Dan Inoue has a lot to say about the process. …Read More The post Final Fantasy XV Localization Director Talks About a “Fantasy Based in Reality” and Much More by Giuseppe Nelva appeared first on DualShockers.
During a panel at GDC in San Francisco, that DualShockers attended, Final Fantasy XV Lead Game Designer Prasert Prasertvithyakarn gave a lot of information on one of the game’s most original features, Prompto’s automatic screenshots and selfies. …Read More The post Final Fantasy XV Dev Explains How Prompto’s Photos Enhance the Game’s Storytelling by Giuseppe Nelva appeared first on DualShockers.