Relive an epic adventure with 'Final Fantasy XV Royal Edition'

Laverne Mann
March 1, 2018

With special episodes already launched for each of Noctis' buddies, as well as the co-op multiplayer Comrades expansion, there's more in the pipeline.

Speaking to 4Gamer (via Gematsu) Final Fantasy XV's director, Hajime Tabata, Final Fantasy XV has an "average player satisfaction rate" of 62.4 percent for the game's scenario in totality.

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Tabata says that he does not want to rush these new episodes, and intends to "prepare them with even more care".

These items can be equipped in both the single-player campaign-letting you deal with the weird sight of seeing Final Fantasy XV star Noctis cosplaying as Gordon Freeman-or in Comrades, the game's online multiplayer mode. Tabata didn't reveal which characters the other three episodes will focus on.

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While they received a generally warm reception, it is clear that Tabata wants to try something different for these final four episodes, so it will be interesting to see what they have in mind for their fans.

Including "Episode Ardyn", four new "Episodes" are being produced into 2019.

The Final Fantasy 15 demo is out now on Steam, and mirrors a lot of the content that was featured in the last PS4 demo (not Episode Duscae or the Platinum Demo).

There is a chance that more content past the fourth DLC will also be introduced, though this may just be the developers and publishers of the game keeping the options open in extending the lifespan of "Final Fantasy XV".

Final Fantasy XV Windows Edition releases on March 6.

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