Final Fantasy XV Update: Square Enix Reveals Launch Window For Chapter 13 Changes

By Alessia Amherst , Feb 03, 2017 04:10 AM EST

Square Enix had given fans a taste of Final Fantasy XV through the Platinum Demo back during the game's major announcement event. Now, the company will be shutting down the demo soon but will also be adding new features to the game. Players can look out for a much more versatile Regalia that offers more exploration.

Off-Road Regalia

Square Enix held a new Active Time Report broadcast for the game that showed off some new features that players can look forward too, as per DualShockers. First off, game director Hajime Tabata revealed a little surprise for those who love exploring the locality with the royal car, Regalia. The team has modded the vehicle to now go off-road without having to follow the 'rail'-like road.

However, it is worth noting that this feature is still in development and that the director has yet to reveal when they will release this feature. It is even worth noting that the video showcasing the feature ended with a major collision bug. That aside, the Platinum Demo will be discontinued come Mar. 31.

Final Fantasy XV Platinum Demo Being Discontinued

Players will no longer be able to download the said game on either the PlayStation Network nor Xbox Store. Needless to say, those who wish to experience the side story and reap its benefit should download the demo as soon as possible. Those who complete the demo are given the option of naming their Carbuncle summon which will transfer over to the main game.

Changes to Chapter 13 and First Character Downloadable Content

Next, the Active Time Report also revealed that the infamous Chapter 13 will be getting its highly-awaited changes in March, as per IGN. These changes will supposedly enhance the gameplay experience while alleviating the unneeded 'stress' that came with the chapter. Finally, players will also be able to download the first character-focused downloadable content that will revolve around Gladio.

It seems like Square Enix still has many more plans for Final Fantasy XV. The game was quite controversial for its many plot holes and missing mechanics but the company is trying to make up for it now. Those who want to try out the upcoming changes can play the game on the PS4 and Xbox One.

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