Final Fantasy XV Episode Ignis Gets Release Date & New Trailer!

Final Fantasy XV Episode Ignis Gets Release Date & New Trailer!

The final piece of story DLC for Square Enix’s Final Fantasy XV  JRPG dubbed “Episode Ignis“, will launch on December 13th, 2017. As revealed during Paris Games Week 2017.

Final Fantasy XV – Episode Ignis Dated!

Previously, FFXV‘sComrades” multiplayer expansion DLC was delayed to early November from its original October 31st release date, due to its final touches being polished.

Episode Ignis will have multiple endings and have its soundtrack handled by Chrono Trigger‘s  composer, Yasunori Mitsuda. The add-on will be priced at $5 USD and will be free for season pass holders. You can check out its trailer below, but be warned of spoilers.

Final Fantasy XV  is currently available on PS4 and Xbox One. With the game launching for PC via Steam in early 2018. Also, FFXV: Pocket Edition  is coming to iOS, Android and Windows smartphones in late 2017.

In more FFXV news, Cook & Becker will release a 220-page FFXV art-book showcasing the beautiful world of Eos, this winter. Noctis can now equip a Cup Noodle for a helmet!

And finally, don’t forget to join the limited timed-DLC event, “Assassin’s Festival that’s underway and runs up until January 31st, 2018.

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3 comments on “Final Fantasy XV Episode Ignis Gets Release Date & New Trailer!”

  1. Avatar qeter says:

    i theorize that that the reason that there isn’t more marketing for the ff7 remake is that they don’t want to take away from ff15s dlcs. that being said it seems they are getting good at the dlc game would be surprised if ff7 doesn’t get the same treatment. (not that i’m complaining mind you, i’ve never played a ff game but ff7 has a lot of room for prequel content)

  2. Avatar Argetlam350 says:

    Oh I would kill to have a FF7 Crisis Core Remake, or even just a port.

  3. Nunkuruji says:

    Well, the main series have a pretty long development cycle. Thus iirc the FF7 remake was pitched as episodic, would let them start getting some of it out in a reasonable time. Though, of prior episodic, I believe After Years was fairly criticized.

    XV had quite some horrid bugs at launch, I kind of wish I just waited until all the DLC was done before buying it. I was hit with the weapon upgrade bug which no patch fixed during my not-all-that-fast playthrough. I ponder buying Nier (on PC) with caution as a result. I loathe the limited time event nonsense.

    Final Fantasy Adventure -> Adventure of Mana mobile remake was a fantastic adaptation, so I know they have it within themselves to do it right.

    Crisis Core would need some work, from what I’ve read of the Type-0 port, the ported textures are disjointed. Modernizing it would be quite costly, unless it could ride the FF7 hype train to sales.

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