The latest updates for "Final Fantasy XV" will feature Square Enix showcasing a new gameplay video for "Comrades" multiplayer expansion at Tokyo Game Show 2017. The game developers also announced that they will continue to make more DLC stories for other characters in the sequel.

Square Enix showcased the gameplay of "Final Fantasy XV's" multiplayer expansion, "Comrades" during game's Active Time Report panel at the Tokyo Game Show event. The expansion's director Kazuya Takahashi presented the gameplay video and it featured the players taking on King Behemoth.

The multiplayer expansion's plot is set after Chapter 13 of the main story as players assume the roles of the Kingsglaive. The Kingsglaive are a group of warriors who have the ability to summon Royal Arms similar to Noctis and the Lucian Kings. Their task is to find clues to the whereabouts of the Crown Prince after his disappearance in Chapter 13.

Gamers can customize the facial features and clothing of their avatars and equip them with weapons, magic, and Royal Arms that will suit their fighting style. The multiplayer DLC will also feature returning supporting characters like Cid, Iris Amcita, Talcott Hester, and Vyz.

Players can approach Cid for weapon upgrades, replenish and boost their health and stats by camping, and take on side quests for additional money just like in the main game.

Square Enix will launch "Comrades" multiplayer expansion on October 31 for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

More character DLC stories next year

Game director Hajime Tabata announced during the Active Time Report panel that he and his team will continue to develop more content for "FFXV" in response to strong requests from the gaming fans to make more stories to enrich the sequel's lore.

Square Enix teased more DLC stories for "FFXV" next year as audiences saw a glimpse of a new storyline featuring Lunafreya Nox Fleuret and her guardian, Gentiana. Tabata stated that he and his team are interested in making an episode about Luna instead of Ardyn Izunia, and the episodic DLC stories will fill in the gaps that are missing in the main plot.

An unexpected ally

The Japanese game developers also teased the plot of Episode Ignis as the titular character will have an unexpected ally in the form of Luna's older brother, Ravus. The DLC episode is set to launch in December.

For now, Square Enix will be busy promoting and developing more upcoming contents for the sequel such as "Monster of the Deep" VR DLC, "FFXV" pocket edition, and the Windows edition.

The sequel is currently available for the PS4 and Xbox One consoles.