During the Final Fantasy 30th Anniversary Celebration Event held last month, Square Enix announced their DLC plans for Final Fantasy XV (along with some more eccentric news) including the “Booster Pack +” which is now available for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

The “Booster Pack +” includes treats for both the sword-wielding prince of a powerful kingdom and the….fisherman…in your life.

These items include:

  • Ragnarok – A single handed sword allowing players to perform a powerful Warp-strike attack
  • Dragon Drain – A fishing rod that suppresses the movement of fish, making harder fish easier to catch
  • Avior – A reel that can pull in fish with greater strength by taking off more HP the lower the line durability falls

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In another new update released this week, Square Enix has a bit of a crossover promotion going on, bringing two new music tracks from the upcoming Platinum Games-developed action-RPG NieR: Automata (“Song of the Ancients/Destiny,” “Weight of the World”) to the music player in Final Fantasy XV, letting players bump the sounds of the coming robot apocalypse while driving the Regalia, walking around or riding a Chocobo.

Several other additions and improvements include:

  • Addition of timed quests
  • Increased level cap, from 99 to 120
  • Total number of saved photos increased from 150 to 200
  • Music player is now accessible while riding Chocobos
  • Support for increased framerate on PlayStation 4 Pro light mode

Sadly, Square announced that the Booster Pack including the Magitek Exosuit will be released at an unannounced, later date. Sad!

"Official" promotional material, I assure you...

“Official” promotional material, I assure you…

The previously pre-order exclusive “A King’s Tale: Final Fantasy XV” – a retro-style adventure that takes place across three diverse locations in the world of Final Fantasy XV – will be available as a free download for all players starting March 1.

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