According to an interview from Dengeki Online, The Final Fantasy XV roadmap of DLC episodes will continue until at least 2019.
In the interview, director Hajime Tabata and game designer Takefumi Terada discussed the current three-episode plan for the remainder of 2018, starting with the announced Episode Ardyn. While working on Episode Ardyn, Tabata realized he wanted to do more content for the game, and has decided on adding a fourth episode to the current line-up.
All four episodes are now said to release through 2018 and 2019. As for future content, its left undecided at the moment.
Final Fantasy XV’s previous DLC episodes – episode Gladiolus, Prompto, and Ignis – have been released as part of the game’s season pass, while the next four episodes will be part of a second season pass. Square Enix has yet to extensively detail what this new season pass will have.
Square Enix has also revealed something unexpected for Final Fantasy XV’s release on Steam. If you get the game on Steam from now until May 1st, you will receive the Half-Life Pack, which features a Gordon Freeman costume for Noctis, complete with crowbar. If you pre-order the title on Steam before the March 6th release, you’ll also get the Final Fantasy XV Fashion Collection, which features a selection of outfits for your characters. Pre-order details for Final Fantasy XV: Royal Edition can be found here.
Players can also sample the game via demo (which includes the games first chapter, tutorial, and opening quests) coming out on February 26th.
Final Fantasy XV is re-releasing as Final Fantasy XV: Royal Edition, containing the game’s DLC and multiplayer expansion, on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and for the first time on PC on March 6th.
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