'Final Fantasy 15’ Chapter 13 DLC, Released On March 28; Includes New Playable Characters

By Allan , Updated Feb 04, 2017 10:31 AM EST
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The official release date for “Final Fantasy 15” expansion pack, chapter 13, is confirmed to be on March 28, according to Square Enix. The update includes new playable characters, content and better gameplay. Many critics didn’t like certain aspects in the game but hopefully, the update will change their mind.

Gamerant reports “Final Fantasy 15” had a worldwide release last November and considered to be one of the best game in the history of RPG. And today, Square Enix has confirmed the release of a new DLC coming next month which contains new content and characters for players that have already finished the game to enjoy. Players that haven’t finished the game should be warned because the new content may change certain aspects in the game.

According to Gamespot, the new chapter 13 includes Noctis apart from his team and trapped inside a maze. And what makes the chapter more difficult is that players will not have many of the abilities they have from the new content. It also focuses on evading encounters with the robots in the labyrinth instead of the road trips. Moreover, gamers get to play as Gladiolus Amicitia to learn more about his character and background.

In an interview with Hajime Tabata, “Final Fantasy 15” director, the new chapter is created to provide a different game experience compared to the full game. He admits not everything was his idea and the execution may not be perfect but he assures its fans that more update will come in the future.

He says “The amount of stress inflicted on the player while running through this chapter was greater than we had anticipated,” which is why they plan to fix the issue so players will eventually have a better game experience.

“Final Fantasy 15” is playable on both Xbox One and Playstation 4 consoles.

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