Ever since Square Enix announced that an update to "Final Fantasy XV" is in the works to possibly fix the RPG's notorious Chapter 13, fans have patiently waited and even held off playing the game to await its arrival.
It seems expected that not all fans might be pleased with how Square Enix approaches "Final Fantasy VII: Remake".
Gamers who love Square Enix's "Final Fantasy XV" and want to know more about its lore might want to check out "Final Fantasy XV: A King's Tale".
“Final Fantasy XV” average frame rates have been revealed by the developers. However, a PS4 Pro patch has been released which is said to make the game look worse.
“Final Fantasy XV” fans may now get a free DLC with new weapon for Noctis. Moreover, Square Enix has revealed the price and details of the first episode for Gladiolus.
It has been reportedly observed that "Final Fantasy VII Remake" has been absent in the gaming limelight for quite some time.
“Final Fantasy XV” gamers may now get a new element for Noctis. Moreover, Newegg is currently offering up to 50 percent discounts for several games including “Dishonored 2” and “Gears of War 4.”
Action RPG "NieR: Automata" was announced like an undercard during a title bout, when it was overshadowed by the hype surrounding "Final Fantasy XV" last year.
“Final Fantasy XV” PS4 Pro version will receive a patch on Feb. 21 to provide a better game experience. Meantime, an update is also expected to arrive on March to bring improvements to chapter 13.
“Kingdom Hearts” new pop figures and keychains were unveiled recently. Some of these figures will be available on the broader market, while others are confirmed to be retailer exclusives.
"Final Fantasy 15" new DLC will officially be available on March 28. The new expansion includes new content and playable characters for chapter 13.
Reviews and some reports have agreed that "Final Fantasy XV" is a good game and welcome change to the franchise.
With Final Fantasy XV being released last year, Square Enix has reportedly shifted its focus on its next big titles.
2017 marks an important event for Square Enix as "Final Fantasy VII" turns 20 and the "Final Fantasy" series itself turns 30.
Despite the success of "Final Fantasy XV," the game has been the subject of many complaints from its fans.