Latest Final Fantasy 15 Update Adds “Stinky Tofu With a Mellow Flavor” Recipe and More
Square Enix has revealed the details behind the latest Final Fantasy 15 update which is now live and available for download on the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. While the update notes are pretty standard, the one thing that really sticks out is the addition of a “Stinky Tofu with a Mellow Flavor” recipe for Ignis. Much to Noctis’ dismay, the recipe comes to the game following a survey in Taiwan where fans asked for its inclusion.
For those unfamiliar with stinky tofu, it is a kind of fermented tofu that has an extremely strong odor and is typically sold at roadside stands and night markets. In Taiwan, stinky tofu is usually deep-fried and either topped with sour pickled vegetables, grilled, or added to a sichuan mala soup base. The image below depicts what it looks like in-game:
The Final Fantasy 15 update also includes a bug fix for a game crash that would sometimes occur when players visit the Timed Quest ranking screen. Not mentioned in the update, Square Enix also plans on adding a new “Jumper Style” outfit to the game for Noctis on May 30. The full patch notes for the update can be seen below, as translated by Gematsu.
- As per the results of a survey in Taiwan, “Stinky Tofu with a Mellow Flavor” has been added to Ignis’ cuisine.
- The winning photograph in the 2nd Snapshot Contest is displayed at the restaurant in Hammerhead.
- A survey regarding future updates has been added to the title screen. (This survey will end in late June.)
- Fixed a bug that would forcibly close the game when on the Timed Quest rankings screen.
- Fixed various bugs.
So, thoughts on the latest Final Fantasy 15 update? Have you seen the recipe in-game yet? What other recipes would you like to see added to the game? Let us know in the comments section below, and as always, stay tuned to DFTG for all the latest gaming and entertainment news! Don’t forget to follow us on Twitter for our 24/7 news feed!
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