Square Enix, the game developer of Final Fantasy XV, has recently released its update patch1.03. This patch is intended for Xbox One and PS4 users. There were a few changes that were added that make the size of the patch approximately 3.2GB. For players with fast PCs or laptops, this will only require a short time to download.
The Final Fantasy XV Patch 1.03 has added a few things that will enhance the gaming experience of players. The patch includes a number of bug fixes, some additional bonus content, and a new mode specifically the New Game + that can carry over some data from a previous playthrough.
Although the full patch notes of Final Fantasy XV Patch 1.03 have not been released yet, the game developer may post them soon. Apparently, this current update was released in time with the launch of the Holiday Pack later this week, Attack of the Fanboy reported. This video game also has some more DLC and updates as well as a Season Pass that will be released in the following weeks and months.
Players of Final Fantasy XV can expect the DLC to include additional missions and more exciting content. Those who have already finished the game will also have many things they can look forward to in the coming days. The game developer promises to provide updated information regarding the game details.
In a related development, Amazon.com has recently reduced the price of Final Fantasy XV to only $35, taking off $25 from its original price when it was first introduced in the gaming community. However, this special offer will last only for a short time. Therefore, gamers who are interested are advised to act quickly before the deadline is over.
This special offer is valid for all Xbox One and PS4 users. The prices of the premium or deluxe editions of Final Fantasy XV have not been changed. They are still at the original price of around $80. The game developer also recently announced that it will hold its 30th Anniversary in 2017. Rumors say that it will be a year-long event with the opening ceremony kicking off this coming January.