Square-Enix has announced that a new Active Time Report will be streamed live on their YouTube channel Feb. 2 at 8:00 PM JST. The stream, featuring Hajime Tabata and Akio Ofuji, will cover upcoming additions to Final Fantasy XV, including DLC, which so far we know very little about as they’ve done a tremendous job at keeping us in the dark.
Here’s what we’re hoping to see covered.
More DLC Information
We now know as of early this morning that Episode Gladiolus will be available for download March 28 thanks to Square-Enix’s Final Fantasy 30th anniversary event, where it was also revealed that Cor will be joining Gladio in his campaign. It was also confirmed that fan favorite, Gilgamesh, will be making an appearance, and given his role in past Final Fantasy installments, he will most likely be our worthy adversary. In addition, Episode Prompto has a slated release for sometime in June. Though we still haven’t heard anything about Episode Ignis or Noctis, we’re hoping that the Active Time Report event will give us something tentative. We want Cooking Mama XV!
Speaking of DLC, what about Luna?
Lunafreya Nox Fleuret has quickly made her way into the hearts of players who are desperate for any mention of her at all. Aside from her role in Kingsglaive and the brief moments she appears in Brotherhood, we don’t have a lot to go on. What was she doing with her time between the end of Kingsglaive until the time we meet her in Altissia? We know the gist of what she was up to whilst Noctis and the boys were sidequesting across Lucis, but it would be pretty great if we had more than a few injected cutscenes to give us insight on the oracle.
More information about the PlayStation VR Mode
Last year at E3, Square-Enix revealed a trailer featuring Prompto sporting VR gear whilst warping around a screen, highlighting gameplay that included first-person shooter elements. The trailer also shows the quirky grease monkey, Cindy, setting Prompto up with the VR gear. With the newly released camera update that now allows Noctis to take photos as well, perhaps we’ll be able use the VR as a camera lens to nail the perfect shot. (Wouldn’t it be cool if there were some kind of official photo contest we could enter?)
This post was originally written by Katrina Convey.