Final Fantasy XV Game's Final Fantasy XIV Collaboration, Comrades Launch Trailers Streamed
posted on by Jennifer Sherman
Square Enix began streaming a launch trailer for the collaboration between the Final Fantasy XV and Final Fantasy XIV games on Thursday. The quest launched as a free download on Thursday (December 12 in North America).
Square Enix describes the collaboration:
Available now to all Final Fantasy XV players as a free update, the event introduces a new in-game quest titled “Adventurer from Another World,” wherein Noctis embarks on a journey with the mysterious Miqo'te “Y'jhimei” to Perpetouss Keep, which concludes in a fierce battle with Garuda from Final Fantasy XIV. Players who complete the quest will receive special edition Final Fantasy XIV-themed costumes as a reward.
In addition, Square Enix began streaming a launch trailer for the standalone game version of the Final Fantasy XV "Comrades" DLC, which launched as Final Fantasy XV Multiplayer: Comrades on Thursday (December 12 in North America). Sales of the original "Comrades" DLC also stopped on Thursday.
The standalone version is playable without the main game, and has new bosses, costumes, and weapons. The PC version of the game did not receive the standalone version, but instead received the new content in a free update.
Square Enix announced in November that the Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn MMORPG is also getting a third expansion titled Stormbringers that will launch in early summer 2019.