The latest updates for "Final Fantasy XV" reveal Square Enix's plans for more PC mods and hosting at this year's Electronic Entertainment Expo event. The company's live service manager Shigefumi Tanaka told GameSpot they're embracing the lifestyle of PC users for using mods to create new ways of enjoying video games with their infinite imagination.

Square Enix has gone a long way in developing and promoting "Final Fantasy XV" since its release from DLC stories and in-game updates to launching a "Royal" and Windows Edition [VIDEO]. The developers are planning something big for the sequel and RPG fans cannot wait for their next venture this year to the next.

More PC mods soon

According to Shigefumi Tanaka, the reason why Square Enix is doing PC mods is to have connections with players from across the world aside from online multiplayer. This allows both parties to be part of something bigger as developers provide more story content while the players can make-up new experiences to make it more fun and interesting.

The level editor in "Final Fantasy XV" will give players the ability to create events of their own, setting their own rules and how they handle them on a daily basis. PC mods are popular in most PC games and "FFXV" is no exception.

Tanaka also hinted that the sequel is not the only game that Square Enix will feature PC mods as they teasing more of these in future projects they are handling.

"I think [mod support] is something we always consider if it's right for that particular game and the particular project," "Tanaka said.

"I think we're gonna be really interested in seeing what those fan reactions are, too. Once the tools are all out, we'll see how we want to proceed with it."

Hosting E3 2018

Square Enix announced that they are hosting a conference at E3 2018 on June 11 at 10 am Pacific Time. While the Japanese game publisher did not provide any further details, Video Game fans can likely have an educated guess as to what titles they are presenting during the event.

These games include "Shadow of Tomb Raider," "Kingdom Hearts 3," "The Avengers," and more contents for "FFXV." Square Enix previously announced that four new DLC stories [VIDEO] will be added to the sequel focusing on characters such as Lunafreya Nox Fleuret, Ardyn Izunia, Aranea Highwind, and the main protagonist, Noctis Lucis Caelum.

In addition, the game will also feature an Avatar creation for the single-player story where players can use their own character instead of Noctis.