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Final Fantasy XV recently announced six DLC packs, each of which are included with the game’s Season Pass. In a recent interview with Famitsu, translated by Siliconera, director Hajime Tabata talked about the possibility that we might see more DLC for the game outside of the already planned packs.
The six DLCs that we know about will include a booster pack, holiday pack, three side stories focusing on the game’s party members and an expansion pack. In their interview Famitsu asked Tabata if these six are the only DLC we’d be getting,
“That won’t be all. The ones that we’ve announced are the ones were decided that we’ll certainly do,” Tabata answered.
Apparently, if there are more DLC packs that Square Enix produces for Final Fantasy XV, they would likely be separate from the Season Pass. Here’s Tabata’s answer when asked if people would have to purchase additional DLC separately,
“Yes. Should we decide on DLC that isn’t included in the Season Pass that is currently selling, then that’s how it’ll be. Although there are still many parts that are uncertain.”
Famitsu continues on by saying they feel it might be nice if people have an option to upgrade their Season Pass later on, as many have probably already purchased it. They also asked if there were any plans to add more optional costumes into the game as DLC.
“But of course. not only costumes, but we also plan on increasing the cooking repertoire as well,” said Tabata. “That said, our priority is to polish up the main game for the time being. Once we get some wiggle room, then I believe we’ll get to seriously work on development for DLC and VR content. And by the way, the Season Pass, and the episodic DLC that were announced along with, are different from the VR content.”
Tabata also said that the DLC content, which does look to focus on Prompto, is actually separate from his DLC chapter included in the Season Pass. At this point in time, Square Enix is focusing on polishing Final Fantasy XV and getting the game as good as it can be before its November release.
“We’re currently rearranging the schedule for everything to go along with the delay of the main game, so I can’t say much more in detail for now,” said Tabata.
Final Fantasy XV launches on November 29 for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Today we also found out more about the game’s structure, with the first half of it being open world and the second half being more linear.
What do you think about the possibility of Final Fantasy XV getting more DLC? Are you planning on purchasing the Season Pass before the game’s release, or are you going to wait and see if more is announced? Leave a comment below and let us know.
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