Final Fantasy XV’s Hajime Tabata Discusses Day One Patch Content

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Final Fantasy XV will definitely have a day one patch, and Square Enix's Hajime Tabata has detailed what exactly this will entail.

In a press release (via Siliconera), the game director detailed that the team is working on some improvements and fixes for the game. The Day One patch, called the Crown Update, will bring some hefty additions.


There's the improvements in the camera, which are meant to make tracking for narrow areas easier. The team is also building up the Wait Mode feature by way of an ability tree. This brings a more enhanced strategy element to the game that can be used for fights.

Final Fantasy XV will also get some useful additions. For instance, players can now call out monsters using the Monster Whistle. Fans who want to explore the world, try out new recipes, and get to know the different fish varieties, the game will now have more of these and a gallery so players can maximize world exploration.

Prompt fans will even get a nice function for the social aspect of the game. Since you'll be taking more photos using his camera, you can now upload and share your snapshots via Twitter and Facebook. Finally, event scenes from Kingsglaive: Final Fantasy XV and the Omen trailer will be added.

Tabata ended the new info dump with a message on spoilers. Recently, there have been a number of leaks appearing online, and Tabata called out to fans to just wait a little bit more.

"I'm wishing from the bottom of my heart that everyone will get to enjoy the game with a fresh new feeling. It's our big goal to have everyone enjoy the story of Final Fantasy XV and discover its surprises through the simultaneous global release. There are likely other spoiler videos and such circulating out there that we had not expected, so for those of you looking forward to Final Fantasy XV, we hope that you'll be careful."

Final Fantasy XV will be out on the PS4 and Xbox One on Nov. 29.


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