Final Fantasy XV goes gold, Episodic DLC and Online Co-Op Revealed

The highly anticipated Final Fantasy XV is ready for mass production, as game developer Square Enix confirms the game has gone gold and their developers are now focusing on three DLC content which revolve around Prompto, Gladiolus, and Ingis.

The ‘Comrade’ online co-op mode will cost $24.99 and is part of Final Fantasy XV’s season pass that comes with six DLC. The online co-op mode enables Gladio, Ignis, Prompto or Noctis as playable characters in future.

Final Fantasy XV will soon arrive on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on November 29, 2016. The season pass and the three character episodes and Comrades expansion are sold separately. PlayStation and Xbox codes are on sale this Halloween, do check them out here.

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