Final Fantasy XV Multiplayer Expansion Arriving Next Month (VIDEO)
It appears that the work Square Enix has been putting in to the Final Fantasy XV multiplayer expansion is finally paying off. Previously announced as “Comrades,” the multiplayer mode had its moment in the sun during the Tokyo Game Show, where a full-length trailer aired revealing some of what can be expected from the expansion. Check out the trailer below, which features vocals from Emiko Suzuki:
The upcoming Final Fantasy XV multiplayer expansion – arriving next month on October 31st – will act as a completely separate component from the core game. “Comrades” will allow players to create and significantly customize their very own FF15 hero, and will allow players to embark on quests and missions with up to three other players (or AI-controlled NPCs). Based on the contents of the trailer, the multiplayer expansion appears to take place in the time gap that takes place towards the end of Final Fantasy XV, so Square Enix has plenty of wiggle room for content should “Comrades” properly resonate with fans. It should also be noted that several characters from the core game make an appearance, which should delight those that enjoyed the original storyline.
Overall we are still not far into the Tokyo Game Show week, so while there most likely will not be any new info regarding the upcoming Final Fantasy XV multiplayer expansion, Square Enix may still dazzle us with announcements regarding other Final Fantasy games. Earlier, it was announced (with zero buildup) that Final Fantasy 9 had officially been ported over to the PlayStation 4, and is now available for purchase via the PlayStation Store.
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