'Final Fantasy XV': PS4 Pro Patch, DLC Release On Feb. 21; Improvements To Chapter 13 On March

By Ben Lindon , Updated Feb 06, 2017 06:04 PM EST

"Final Fantasy XV" on PS4 Pro will soon provide a better gaming experience to the console users. Later this month, the much-awaited patch will finally arrive following months of numerous reports and rumors.

"Final Fantasy XV" PS4 Pro Patch Brings Numerous Features And Fix

The PS4 Pro version of "Final Fantasy XV" receives its much-awaited patch on Feb. 21, including a new DLC that features item like the superhero-themed suites for FF15 cast. Reports indicate that the booster pack details were initially revealed a few days ago during the Final Fantasy 30th Anniversary event.

"Final Fantasy XV" PS4 Pro patch allows the players to play the game at 1080p while maintaining a solid 60fps. However, there was no announcement if the patch will be able to resolve the screen tearing problems that have been experienced during the game.

Nevertheless, "Final Fantasy XV" patch will also bring some bonuses for the regular players, boosting the character level cap to 120 from 99, including an increase in the number of Prompto's photos that can be saved up to 200. Furthermore, players can now listen to classic FF music through the music player while riding a Chocobo, RPG Site reported.

"Final Fantasy XV" Update Brings Improvements To Chapter 13

"Final Fantasy XV" chapter 13 is confirmed to get an update beginning March 28. This was announced by game director Hajime Tabata Hajime Tabata, who also revealed that the update will bring new controls with Gladio-like action that is different from Noctis.

Following the "Final Fantasy XV" launch, meantime, Chapter 13 was the topic of discussion, as it changes the game from an open-world format to a  linear type. Moreover, it appeared to gloss over some of the important story threads without explanation, GameSpot reported.

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