Jan 06, 2017 08:56 AM EST | By Henry Abragan
"Final Fantasy 15" is set to upgrade via the January update anytime soon. It is expected that The Moogle Chocobo Carnival Event would launch alongside the update as well. In the meantime, a YouTube video reportedly reveals a "Final Fantasy 15" gamer beating the game at level one with only his skills in tow.
Holiday Pack DLC May Come In Handy For The "Final Fantasy 15" Carnival Event
It should be noted that the "Final Fantasy 15" developer Square Enix previously encouraged players to download the Holiday Pack DLC that was launched last month. Apparently, the holiday content may be useful for the upcoming Moogle Chocobo Carnival event this month. However, Square Enix is yet to announce the start date of the event.
The official Square Enix blog noted that the event would be a timed access event. Note that "Final Fantasy 15" players may need to be equipped with the Carnival Passport. The promotional image notes the Carnival standing on a body of water with buildings similar to the Altissia buildings. "Final Fantasy 15" players may need to unlock Altissia prior to joining the event. The event is expected to introduce the Moogles to the "Final Fantasy 15" world, Techno Buffalo reported.
YouTuber Finishes "Final Fantasy 15" With Brute Forces And Pauses
In other news, BOYvsVIDEOGAME reportedly completed the "Final Fantasy 15" under extreme conditions. Previously, the same YouTuber also cleared "Dragon Age: Inquisition" as well as "Bloodborne" without taking on a single level. This time, the YouTuber also finished "Final Fantasy 15" without using items or gaining a single level.
"Final Fantasy 15" bosses were reportedly attacked with fast and furious hits from the YouTuber. Apparently, the player used a variety of warp strikes and brute forces to finish the toughest battles in the game. Furthermore, skills like Gladio's Tempest was also employed to make a sneaky back attack, Kotaku reported.
Watch him play here:
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