Final Fantasy XV Articles
Anyone who loves Final Fantasy XV but is only interested in the multiplayer component will be happy to hear that the Comrades standalone version is now available on PSN and XBox Live. Those who already own the Season Pass (including ALL PC owners) have access to Comrades and there is no need to repurchase it. Those who will be buy it are in for cheery news: Comrades is only $9.99 and comes with 10 bosses to duke it out with.
Square Enix conducted a special live stream that many thought would be discussing future DLC for Final Fantasy XV. However, the announcement went the opposite direction. Fans have been informed that not only are three of the game's DLC canceled, but Game Director Hajime Tabata has left Square Enix. Tabata has been working on FFXV since he took over from Tetsuya Nomura in 2013.
Square Enix has released the pre-order details for Final Fantasy XV on PC. The game is available to purchase on Steam, Origin or through the Microsoft Store, each with its own unique pre-order bonuses. In addition, Square has provided a benchmark tool for potential players to use to determine if their systems are up to par to play the game. Hop through the jump to check out the details.
Final Fantasy XV will be receiving a multiplayer expansion called Comrades. According to a post on the game's official site, Season Pass holders and PS Plus / XBox Live Gold members will be able to take part in the "exclusive preview" starting August 3rd and ending August 8th.
For those who didn't preorder Final Fantasy XV and receive a copy of the spinoff title, A King's Tale: Final Fantasy XV, the wait is over. The game has just been released a s a free download for both PlayStation 4 and XBox One. Anyone can download the tie-in game, not only those who own a copy of FFXV.
During today's Nvidia presentation at the Game Developers Conference, the Final Fantasy XV team presented a number of "tech videos" that featured an awfully familiar set of characters. The videos were made in partnership with Nvidia's Gameworks group and using the Luminous Studio Pro, the FFXV game engine.
Square Enix has sent word that the Final Fantasy XV Chocobo Carnival will be arriving today beginning at 5:00 pm Pacific / 8:00 pm Eastern. Players will need to head to Altissia and can take part in chocobo races, play other carnival games and earn treats as well. All players, free and premium, can take part if the Holiday Pack is downloaded. The event will run through February 20th.
Square Enix has announced that Final Fantasy XV has sold over six million units worldwide. The statistic includes both retail and digital units sold across PlayStation 4 and XBox One.
Square Enix has announced that it will be releasing a DLC for Final Fantasy XV on December 22nd. Players with the game's Season Pass or those who own the Digital Premium Edition will receive a Holiday Pack DLC that includes a number of in-game items and access to a "fun-filled carnival".
The Square Enix site has been updated with a new developer blog that announces free content coming to Final Fantasy XV throughout the comign year. At the start, players can expect to find "enhancements" to Chapter 13 and then to dive deeper into the overall story and for players to gain insight into character motivations.
Square Enix has released a meaty new trailer for Final Fantasy XV that contains some awesome gameplay and cinematic footage. Called "Final Fantasy XV 101", the trailer reveals the backstory of the game as well as some of the things player can expect to find along the way. Check it out and let us know what you think in the comments!
Conan O'Brien has posted his latest Clueless Gamer segment in which he plays Final Fantasy XV alongside Elijah Wood. During several spots in the play through, O'Brien became frustrated enough to burst out with "I don't know what we were trying to achieve. I have no sense of satisfaction!" While obviously part of O'Brien's 'schtick', one has to wonder if others will feel similarly when they play it later this month.
According to Venture Beat, Square Enix has partnered with MZ to create a mobile MMORPG based on Final Fantasy XV. The game swill bring characters, story and soundtrack from FFXV but will allow for players around the world to connect with others for a massive game play experience.
According to an interview with a Spanish site VidaExtra, Final Fantasy XV Game Director Hajime Tabata said that a "proper" PC version of the game would take at least a year to be released, if ever. Much of the complexity would be in adapting the current console engine for PCs.