After months of waiting and many big updates we finally have the strangest DLC yet for Final Fantasy XV. It's time to make a custom hero and follow me into my review of Final Fantasy 15's Comrades multiplayer!
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Final Fantasy XV is an open world action role-playing video game developed and published by Square Enix for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Microsoft Windows. Being the fifteenth main installment in the Final Fantasy series, the game was released for the PS4 and Xbox One in November 2016, and will be released for Windows in early 2018. The game features an open-world environment and action-based battle system, incorporating quick-switching weapons, elemental magic, and other elements — such as vehicle travel and camping.
Final Fantasy XV takes place on the fictional world of Eos. All the world's countries, bar the kingdom of Lucis, are under the dominion of the empire of Niflheim. Noctis Lucis Caelum, heir to the Lucian throne, goes on a quest to retake his homeland and its magical Crystal after it is seized by Niflheim on the eve of peace negotiations between the two nations. However, he soon discovers that the Crystal is at the heart of a much greater threat to Eos, and that his role as the future king is key to averting an apocalyptic event from taking place. The game shares a thematic connection with Fabula Nova Crystallis Final Fantasy, a subseries of games linked by a common mythos which includes Final Fantasy XIII and Final Fantasy Type-0.
The game's development began in 2006, when it was a PlayStation 3 spin-off called Final Fantasy Versus XIII, which lasted approximately ten years. Tetsuya Nomura served as the original director and character designer, creating the characters and original concept. In 2012, it was officially rebranded as the next mainline title in the series and shifted development to eighth generation platforms, with Nomura being replaced as director by Hajime Tabata. To expand the story without developing additional video games, a multimedia project called the "Final Fantasy XV Universe" was created: its products include two mobile games, an anime series, a feature film, and virtual reality-based game. Upon release Final Fantasy XV received generally favorable reviews for its gameplay, characters, emotion, and visuals, breaking franchise sales records, eventually shipping six million copies worldwide.