There Are Now Three New Ways To Experience Final Fantasy XV
During Gamescom 2017, Square Enix went all out in revealing what's next for Final Fantasy XV. With the success of the console release, Square Enix has been updating the game and releasing story DLC to fill in the game's of the main story. Episode Gladiolus and Episode Prompto are now available for purchase and download for those with the Season Pass, with Episode Ignis planned for release later this year. But it looks like post content is not the only thing they've been working on.
Final Fantasy XV Heading To Mobile Devices
Final Fantasy XV Pocket Edition was announced and is pretty much a scaled down version of the game fit for iOS, Android, and Windows 10 devices. The stellar graphics found in Final Fantasy XV is replaced with a cartoony look that actually looks appealing. The full story of Final Fantasy XV will be divided into 10 episodes, all available when it launches later this year, with the first episode free to download.
Final Fantasy XV Coming To PC
Everybody was waiting for this - a PC release for Final Fantasy XV. Announced at NVIDIA's conference during Gamescom, the PC version will have native 4K and 8K resolutions. This version of the game, called Final Fantasy XV Windows Edition, will include all the content included in the Season Pass as well as all the free content that was patched into the game after the launch of the console version. Oh, and you'll also have the option to play the game in first-person. Just an option.
Fishing With VR
Let us not forget the fishing game with the use of the PS VR. Monster of the Deep: Final Fantasy XV was announced at this year's E3 2017 during Sony's press conference. A VR title attached to the Final Fantasy XV brand has been seen in game shows since last year but was used as a proof of concept to showcase the PlayStation VR. That project eventually evolved into Monster of the Deep: Final Fantasy XV and will be available for the PS VR on the PS4 on November 21 this year.
Square Enix is all out in supporting the Final Fantasy franchise at this point with this much focus on the 15th entry. A movie that takes place before the start of the game has been released, an anime series focusing on the relationship of the main characters of the game, a free co-op multiplayer expansion, and apparently a lot more. Have a look at what Square Enix is calling the Final Fantasy XV Universe below.