New Final Fantasy XV update adds a bunch of extra quests


New Final Fantasy XV update adds a bunch of extra quests

A group of hackers have successfully managed to fully crack Square Enix's Final Fantasy XV For Windows, just days before its official launch date of 6 March 2017 (7 March for us).

Last week, it was reported that Final Fantasy XV would not use Denuvo, as per the title's End User License Agreement.

Excited PC gamers are recommended to already start preloading Final Fantasy XV due to its massive file size. Check out the just released trailer for the Royal Edition below!

Expanded Insomnia City Ruins map contains new side quests and enemies such as Cerberus and Omega. Apparently, EA Origin's copy did not come preloaded with Denuvo, EA also does this often in order to let players who bought from them be able to play the game quickly.

The game also brings with it Nvidia GameWorks and HairWorks integration for better in-game physics, lighting, and overall visual effects.

Listings for Final Fantasy XV Royal Pack DLC - an upgrade for existing Final Fantasy XV owners- on the PS Store and Microsoft Store indicate that existing owners spend half price. Further mod support details to be announced at a later time.

All season pass content including Episode Gladiolus, Episode Prompto, Multiplayer Expansion: Comrades and Episode Ignis.

Hidden Harbor - A new outpost is now unlocked after completing a sequence of events at Galdin Quay, functioning as a “mini-Lestallum” complete with Mission HQ, Power Station, Glaive Barracks, a Remodeling Station and new Chocobo Stables.

One of the good news surrounding the mishap, however, is that gamers can test the cracked version of the Final Fantasy XV Windows Edition and the launch version of the RPG that comes with Denuvo protection. Are you excited to own the complete edition of Noctis' story?



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