Final Fantasy XV has been a huge success for Square Enix since it's November 29, 2016 release, and they're not ready to move onto new things just yet as new multiplayer content and four episodic releases are coming your way.Even after an Xbox One and PS4 release back in late 2016 and a PC release just last month, Square Enix is proving they're nowhere near finished with Final Fantasy XV as they announced at PAX East they'll be creating four pieces of episodic content centered around the world of Final Fantasy XV and its characters. Here's a list briefly detailing what to expect in 2019:
- Episode I: Ardyn - "The Conflict of the Sage" - This story portrays the struggles of Aryn and resentment he harbored towards Lucis for over 2,000 years.
- Episode Side Story: Aranea - "The Beginning of the End" - A side-story following the Starscourge from the Niflheim's perspective.
- Episode II: Lunafreya - "The Choice of Freedom" - This story will be centered around Luna's fate, which not even death can free her from. Her battle to save the one she loves overturns the destiny dealt with the Lucian King.
- Episode III: Noctis - "The Final Strike" - Noctis embarks upon his final battle to attain the ideal future for all his people, concluding the story of Final Fantasy XV as the "grand alternative finale."
Also to come are two more updates for Comrades, Final Fantasy XV's online multiplayer mode. You can expect to see the content update sometime this summer along with a stand-alone version of Comrades which will arrive sometime in winter 2018.
The Windows PC version of Comrades' character customization tools will be carried over the single-player campaign mode, allowing players to create their own protagonist. The PC version will also receive a level editor later this year, which Square Enix showed an example of using a golf game created with the editor.
If you're a fan of Final Fantasy and what XV brought to the table, then you definitely won't be disappointed or see it going away anytime soon.