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Final Fantasy XV Game Offers 6 DLC, Season Pass, Digital Premium Edition

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DLC allows party members to be playable in new stories

The official website of Square Enix's Final Fantasy XV PlayStation 4 and Xbox One game revealed the game's DLC plans and digital premium edition on Thursday.

The game will have six DLC available:

  • Booster Pack: Gives players better weapons on game start.
  • Episode Gladiolus: A new story with Gladiolus as the focus. Gladiolus is a playable character in this story.
  • Episode Holiday Pack: Extra items on game start.
  • Episode Ignis: A new story with Ignis as the focus. Ignis is a playable character in this story.
  • Episode Prompto: A new story with Prompto as the focus. Prompto is a playable character in this story.
  • Expansion Pack: An expansion that offers a "completely new Final Fantasy XV."

Square Enix is offering a "Season Pass" for the game, which grants access to all six DLC. The company is also offering a Digital Premium Edition of the game that includes the downloadable version of the game and the Season Pass. A Season Pass Upgrade is also available, and allows people who have already ordered the digital download version of the game to have a Season Pass. The separate Season Pass and the Season Pass Upgrade in Japan both retail for 2,500 yen (about US$24), and the Digital Premium Edition of the game retails for 11,300 yen (about US$110) in Japan and US$84.99 in the United States. The Season Pass Upgrade and the Digital Premium Edition is available on the PlayStation Store and the Xbox Marketplace.

Square Enix's European blog also revealed on Thursday that those who pre-order the Season Pass Upgrade or the Digital Premium Edition from the Xbox Marketplace will also get the following bonuses:

  • Weapon: Masamune (FFXV)
  • Angler Set (item)
  • Camera Kit (item)
  • Regalia recolour: Platinum Leviathan
  • Regalia recolour: 16-Bit Buddies
  • Xbox Avatar – Noctis male costume
  • Xbox Avatar – Noctis female costume
  • Xbox Avatar – Carbuncle pet prop

Those who pre-order the Season Pass Upgrade or the Digital Premium Edition from the PlayStation Store will also get the following bonuses:

  • Weapon: Masamune (FFXV)
  • Angler Set (item)
  • Camera Kit (item)
  • Regalia recolour: Platinum Leviathan
  • Regalia recolour: 16-Bit Buddies
  • Final Fantasy XV - Big Bang Theme
  • Final Fantasy XV Digital Mini Sound Track
  • Final Fantasy XV - Digital Premium Edition Original Theme (Working Title)

For those who have purchased physical versions of the game, the Season Pass can be purchased separately at a later date.

In addition, an "Active Time Report" video by Square Enix revealed on Monday that the Kingsglaive: Final Fantasy XV feature-length CG film will get English dub screenings at Shinjuku Wald 9 in Tokyo and Umeda Burg 7 in Osaka. The film will also get 4D screenings.

The game is slated for release on September 30. The game will have a Deluxe Edition, which will come with a steelbook case, a copy of the Kingsglaive: Final Fantasy XV film, and three DLC items, including: a Royal Raiment outfit, a Masamune weapon, and a Platinum Leviathan recoloring of the Regalia vehicle. The Deluxe Edition is available for pre-order for US$89.99.

The Collector's Edition will include all the items in the Deluxe Edition, but also adds a 192-page art book, an Play Arts Kai figure of Noctis, a soundtrack that includes music from the game as well as the Brotherhood: Final Fantasy XV anime and the Kingsglaive: Final Fantasy XV, a copy of the Brotherhood: Final Fantasy XV anime, and four additional items, including: a Travel Pack, Camera Kit, Angler Set, and Gourmand Set. The Collector's Edition retails for US$269.99.

The Kingsglaive: Final Fantasy XV film will open in select theaters in North America on August 19, followed by a digital release on August 30 through various streaming and digital download outlets. The PlayStation Blog post confirmed that the film will be available on PlayStation Video. The film will then ship on Blu-ray Disc and DVD on October 4.

The film opened in Japan on July 9, and the Blu-ray Disc in Japan will ship on September 30.

Source: Famitsu.com


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