Three games will be added to Xbox Game Pass and five games will be removed over the next couple of weeks.
Cue 'Somnus,' because you won't be seeing that alternate ending for 'Final Fantasy XV' any time soon.
It's likely most of Wednesday's presentation will focus on four new story expansions announced back in April. These DLC episodes will focus on Ardyn, Aranea, Luna and Noctis, and give fans a glimpse of the "future everyone longed for."
Version 2862193 of "FFXV" on PC adds the ability to alter Noctis' appearance, share and rate your in-game photography, and leave items for other players to discover.
Square Enix dropped some major news for 'FFXV' fans at PAX East on Friday, including details about several upcoming DLC episodes, additions to the 'Comrades' online multiplayer mode, and more.
"Final Fantasy XV" Windows Edition players can get a free, googly-eyed purple chocobo and some sweet, sweet gil, courtesy of Twitch Prime. Here's all the details about the goodies and how to get them.
Thinking of buying the "Final Fantasy XV" Royal Pack expansion released this week for PS4 and Xbox One? Here's a rundown of what you can expect.
Final Fantasy XV Windows Edition has finally released on PC, and the Royal Edition has also arrived on PS4 and Xbox One. If you're just diving in, you're likely wondering what's the best way to gain EXP quickly and conquer every part of its vast world. We've got you covered.
Looking for a way to get powerful equipment for Noctis and his friends in the early hours of "Final Fantasy XV" Windows Edition or Royal Edition? Investing a little time playing Justice Monsters Five at the Crow's Nest and in Altissia will let you get some seriously OP items quickly, like the Celestriad, the Onion Bangle and the Moogle Charm.
Whether you're just getting started in "Final Fantasy XV" Windows Edition on PC or experiencing the game on consoles for the first time with the Royal Edition, the Ascension system can be seem a little daunting at first. We've highlighted the nodes found most useful early on.