Final Fantasy XV released back in late November, and now fans can finally get their hands on almost all of the available DLC for the game that was previously restricted by pre-order bonuses and collector’s editions. So far they seem to be available everywhere in the world but North America; that will likely change soon.
Navigating what was and what wasn’t included in the various pre-order options across what felt like a million retailers was a real problem before Final Fantasy XV‘s release. You may remember our article detailing all of the options here. It depended on the retailer, where you were in the world, which console… and more. You can see it there.
What is included here seems to be just about everything on that list that is DLC for the game and not something like a downloadable soundtrack or something similar. The full list can be seen here on the European PlayStation Store. So that includes the reskins, weapons, and the different pieces of content that enhance some of the smaller parts of the game, like fishing. They all seem to be right around 50 cents. The Gourmand Set is even free it seems.
Curiously, nothing has been said about A King’s Tale, a prequel beat ’em up game detailing King Regis’ time as a boy with his friends. It was a pre-order bonus only available at GameStop and EB Games. So, the only way to get it so far was to either have pre-ordered Final Fantasy XV or buying/receiving the code received in one of those copies of the game. You can read/watch our thoughts on A King’s Tale here.
In other news, it was recently reported that Final Fantasy XV will be getting its own monster encyclopedia in some unspecified future update. It would be something that details what monster’s weaknesses are and other related info. What it looks like exactly has not been details.
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