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Final Fantasy XV To Get New DLC Next Week, Details Here

By Nicole Fairchild , Apr 22, 2017 05:00 AM EDT

Final Fantasy XV will be getting a new DLC on April 27. The upcoming content will bring another set of timed quests and bug fixes for PS4 Pro. In addition, Square Enix is planning to release three more contents based on Noctis' friends.

New DLC Will Go Live In Final Fantasy XV Next Week

Even if Gladiolus DLC was made available recently, Square Enix is set drop new content in Final Fantasy XV again. The said content will allow players to participate in timed quests, where they will get rewards such as new weapons, according to Gematsu.

In addition, ranks will also be part of the timed quests. If players wish to participate, they should be prepared and well-skilled just to top the quests. The said DLC will also bring new car stickers and songs for Regalia. For the users of PS4 Pro, they will be getting a Stable Mode.

The mode will adjust Final Fantasy XV with much stable frame rate. However, Square Enix did not elaborate more about the Stable Mode. Lastly, subtitles will be easily understood, as its sizes have been adjusted.

There Is More To Come In Final Fantasy XV

Other than the upcoming DLC, Square Enix has confirmed that three new contents will be released in Final Fantasy XV this year. The developer wants to share the backstory of Noctis' friends to help the players understand the NPCs more, as per Segment Next.

However, it seems the Gladiolus DLC did not earn positive comments from the players. Some said that the content is boring and pointless, which is probably the reason why Square Enix will be releasing another content for Final Fantasy XV.

It seems that Square Enix is very busy improving Final Fantasy XV since it was launched last year. With the new DLCs coming, the developer is making sure that its RPG will stay at the top spot. However, others are asking for more sensible and more enjoyable content and features.

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