Final Fantasy XV Will Not Die, 'Special Program' Regarding DLC Announced for Next Week

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By Nico Parungo | More Articles Comic Book Fan and Lazy Gamer
November 02, 2018  01:03 PM


Final Fantasy XV will go down in history as one of the more controversial installments in the long-running franchise. While it does feature some really fun combat and a cool open-world, there’s no denying how much of a jumbled mess the story becomes after the second-half is finished. Still, the game does have a lot of fans and Square Enix is determined to support the game via DLC.

We’ve been waiting for updates about the next batch of DLC, with Square Enix promising new standalone episodes focused on main villain Ardyn, fan-favorite Aranea, the lovely Lunafreya, and lead character Noctis. It looks like we’re finally going to get it as a new video has confirmed that a "Special Program" will be debuting next week on November 7 that has some updates on this game.

It will most likely be the second season pass that focuses on the aforementioned characters, which will either delight or annoy fans. The reactions for the first season pass were a bit mixed, with everyone loving the story about Ignis, most people liking the episode about Prompto, and pretty much every fan feeling like the Gladiolus episode was a waste of time.

Ardyn, Aranea, and Lunafreya are going to be interesting since they might have wildly different gameplay styles. Aranea has been a fan-favorite since she debuted and everyone liked how she was used in the Prompto episode. Lunafreya doesn’t get a lot of fighting moments so her inclusion is going to be interesting.

No one knows how to feel about Ardyn and Noctis since the former could have been more compelling as a villain while the latter was the only playable character for the longest time.

Final Fantasy XV is available now on PS4, Xbox One, and PC. The Royal Edition comes with all of the DLC.

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