With the most recent active time report, a stream dedicated to discussing post-launch support and improvements for Final Fantasy XV, quite a bit of news has dropped regarding the future of Final Fantasy XV — and it’s looking interesting. Perhaps the hottest news from the stream was that there will be three pieces of DLC released in 2018 that will expand on the FFXV universe, providing more background to characters that were initially underdeveloped in the main story. One such example being Ardyn, who has been confirmed to be receiving an episode. While the only substantial detail was that this
“I’ve come up with a new recipe!” — a phrase familiar to anyone who has played Final Fantasy XV. Coined by one of the game’s main characters, Ignis Scientia, a chef who would boldly exclaim this infamous phrase any time the player found a new ingredient. As Prince Noctis and his loyal Crownsguard travel across the Kingdom of Lucis, Ignis’ catch phrase can be heard on a more-than-regular basis. Now, some die-hard fans of the royal chef have taken it upon themselves to bless our world with Scientia’s magical cookery. Led by Reddit user Aranea Highwind, a group of Final Fantasy
Released after much silence, King’s Knight: Wrath of the Dark Dragon went live worldwide with it’s 2.1.0 “large-scale renewal update” on the app store for both iOS and Android earlier this week on September 12. The app originally soft launched in Australia back in October of last year, and only recently launched worldwide with the recent 2.1.0 update. While the original King’s Knight was released in 1986 for the NES, its sequel —Wrath of the Dark Dragon— is a mobile game retaining core elements of the original (a vertical auto-scrolling shooter) while adding in online four player co-op and more.
Similar to our ever expanding universe, the Final Fantasy XV Universe continues to expand, but not with space stuff, rather with new game editions and collaborations. While already containing the CGI film Kingsglaive, the (free) five episode Brotherhood anime, and two pieces of character focused DLC, the FFXV Universe grows even more with an upcoming Windows Edition for PC, Pocket Edition for mobile devices (maybe the Nintendo Switch), and a strange collaboration with Ubisoft’s Assassin’s Creed series. Combined with the upcoming Episode Ignis, free updates and impending multiplayer, the Final Fantasy XV Universe is looking to be the largest single
Earlier today Final Fantasy XV players were greeted at boot-up with a 9GB patch (version 1.12) which, as many have keenly pointed out, comes just one day before the release of Episode Prompto. Free to season pass holders but also available as standalone DLC, Episode Prompto offers players a chance to step into the lovable photographer’s shoes and take some shots of their own. Without spoiling too much, EP delves into Prompto’s backstory while showcasing and making playable some choice narrative moments when he is apart from Noctis and the boys. Sprawling snowscapes, heavy gunplay, and extra screen time for