‘Final Fantasy 15’ Latest News, Release Date & Update: Season Pass Spotted In Stores! More Game Details Revealed

By Snooky Grawls , Updated Aug 04, 2016 08:28 AM EDT

Square Enix is expected to follow the same practice by most games these days with DLCs in the midst. To control that, a Season Pass for “Final Fantasy 15” is expected.

The “Final Fantasy 15” Season Pass has been spotted on several stores already, a medium that will allow players to get hold of extra content with prices yet to be revealed. Listings over at North America and the Japanese PlayStation Stores were spotted though they lack details, GameSpot reported.

What does Season Pass for 'Final Fantasy 15' bring?

Aside from the price, “Final Fantasy 15” gamers are likely more interested on what they can get. All that falls in the grapevine for now until Square Enix comes up with something gamers can hold on to.

Gematsu reports that the “Finaly Fantasy 15” Season Pass will offer three story episodes. Main characters like “Ignis”, “Gladio” and “Prompto” are likely to be in focus here.

Aside from that, there are DLC packs to look forward to. That includes the “Booster Pack”, “Holiday Pack” and an “Expansion Pack”. There were no specifics given on the added content though “Final Fantasy 15” features and goodies are likely to come with each such as new modes and special items.

How to get the 'Final Fantasy 15' Season Pass

The Season Pass for “Final Fantasy 15” will come alongside the digital premium edition of the game. A look at the PlayStation Store sees its price set at $84.99.

For those who have already pre-ordered the digital version of “Final Fantasy 15”, a special deal awaits through an upgrade option. This alternative allows gamers to secure a copy for just $24.99.

“Final Fantasy 15” is set to come out on Sept. 30, 2016 with versions available for the PS4 and the Xbox One. A PC version remains in the air though it may come at a later date.

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