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#Final Fantasy XV” released late last year, but it doesn’t seem like #Square Enix is finished with the game. They recently mentioned that they will continue making story content until next year.In line with this, they’ve just released a new update that adds some story content to the game. Moreover, the latest patch has also a few new things to the game.

War of the Astrals

During the Tokyo Game Show 2017, Square Enix announced that they will be releasing more content in the following months. So far, they’ve released two character DLCs focusing on Prompto and Gladio. They’ve even released some quality-of-life changes that add off-road accessibility for the Regalia.

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Next month, they’ll be releasing the highly-anticipated multiplayer mode called “Comrades” which allows you and your friends to undertake new quests and missions.

Now, they’ve released a new patch filling in some of the plot holes in the game. According to PlayStation LifeStyle, the September update adds a new event in chapter 12 which “explains the events that led to the War of the Astrals.” The game’s official Twitter account has shared a few new images of the scene that features Ifrit, Shive, Lunafreya, and Gentiana.

In line with this, game director Hajime Tabata recently mentioned that he and his team would like to focus on more expansions rather than making a sequel. That said, It’s assuring to hear that they will try to patch in every loophole in the game. However, there’s a lot of work to be done if they want to actually “complete” the game.

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New ports

In other news, Square Enix has revealed their plans for bringing the game over to other platforms. Back in Gamescom 2017, they announced both the Windows and #Pocket Edition of the game. The Windows Edition is a PC port which will support various Nvidia technology for better gameplay and graphics. Moreover, you can even record and share your gameplay with Nvidia GeForce.

The Pocket Edition, on the other hand, is a mobile port of the game. This version contains all of the characters and story, except the graphics have been downgraded to chibi models. Moreover, combat has been streamlined to support touch controls, making it easier for the casual audience to enjoy. The Pocket Edition will be an episodic game with a total of 10 installments. The first episode will be free, but fans will have to pay if they want the full experience. “Final Fantasy XV” is currently available to play on the Xbox One and PlayStation 4.