‘Final Fantasy 15’ Director Promises To ‘Give Back’ With DLC; More Details Here

By Kristine Garcia , Updated Jan 07, 2017 05:13 AM EST

“Final Fantasy XV” was one of the most anticipated titles of the year and it hit the stores with an envious success. For the game’s director Hajime Tabata this is not the end of the project, but just the beginning.

 Gaming Bolt shares a statement from Hajime Tabata about the future of “Final Fatasy XV”. He claims that things are far from over and there will be lots of DLC’s and updates awaiting the players of Square Enix’s latest game. The fact that fans of the game enjoy the experience in various different ways is proof that the team behind it did its job well and now the supplementary content to be released will broaden players’ options even further on.

The additional content arriving for “Final Fantasy XV” is not just a random decision from the director, but a way of thanking the players for their patience during its development. Game Rant reports that Hajime Tabata is happy with the fans who tolerated the game’s long production cycle, which reached almost ten years in length. The understanding they shared helped the team behind the game polish their product and deliver the experience which they intended to share with the world.

Among other news, “Final Fantasy XV” was one of the three best-selling games on Amazon through the Holiday period. Gamespot shares that the PS4 version for “Final Fantasy XV” and the two variations of the latest “Pokemon” game, titled “Sun” and “Moon” were the games which reached highest sells on the Amazon game shop. One of the strong points in the success of “Final Fantasy XV” is that the game launched simultaneously all over the world, which gave fans equal chance of experiencing the adventure, without receiving spoilers due to release gap for different regions. “Final Fantasy XV” is available on both XBOX One and Playstation 4.

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