Final Fantasy XV” is one of the most successful role-playing games from Square Enix. However, as the title’s popularity is gradually losing its steam, the game developer appears to be doing everything it can to keep the players engaged. After the game’s release on the PC platform, players can expect fresh downloadable content. In a recent interview, game director Hajime Tabata shared what the future holds for the popular RPG.

Final Fantasy XV” has a regular stream of expansions and updates. In fact, each of Noctis’ companions got their own downloadable content, which covers their back stories.

Later this year, Ignis’ backstory will be told through a special DLC. Free updates will be regularly added to the game’s content. However, this steady stream of content might eventually end.

Future content and plans

According to game director Hajime Tabata, there might be more stories coming to the role-playing game before the team finally decides to move on to the next project. In a recent interview with IGN, Tabata revealed that his future plans for the popular RPG depend on the community feedback. When he was asked if he has more plans on “FFXV” and if he is now ready to embark on a new project, the game director came up with an interesting response.

In his opinion, while Episode Ignis marks a milestone in the game development, the team would like to ask the community for the kind of content that they would like to see.

He added that if there is a need from the community to have more content, they would like to respond to the request and try to make it possible. In other words, Tabata is prepared to make a transition to a new project if the RPG fans want Episode Ignis to be the finale, or if they still would like to see a Luna or Ardyn DLC.

Other details

The director, however, has given a timeline. By the beginning of 2018, the team will definitely move on to their next project. While Tabata admits that the team is currently making various features for “FFXV,” these are also the same features that he thinks is necessary for them to move on to their next project.

Players can still look forward to Episode Ignis, which is scheduled to release in the later part of the year. “Final Fantasy XV” now has a PC version, dubbed as the Windows Edition. This version will be released in the early part of 2018. Here's the gameplay trailer for the game's Windows Edition.

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