Final Fantasy XV’s Holiday DLC Content Fully Detailed: Here Is What Each Item Does

on December 16, 2016 6:21 AM

Earlier today, Square Enix Japan announced the content of the upcoming Holiday DLC for Final Fantasy XV, and now the publisher and the European Distributor Koch Media followed up with a press release in English explaining what each item does exactly and confirming that the DLC will release on December 22nd for all markets.

Holiday Pack (Free Version)

  • Warrior’s Fanfare: A scroll of sheet music containing a song of jubilation that provides additional AP for earning an A+ in Offense outside of training.
  • Nixperience Band: A device that stops experience points from being tallied, preventing the party from levelling up for an added challenge.
  • Carnival Passport: An adorably adorned ticket that whisks the bearer away to a fun-filled carnival for a limited time.
  • Choco-Mog Tee (available late January 2017) – An exclusive T-shirt featuring everyone’s favourite fluffy and feathery friends. Colourful, comfy and appropriate for any carnival-goer.

Holiday Pack + (Premium Version – Season pass Exclusive) 

  • Ring of Resistance: A protective piece of jewelry that renders the entire party to be resistant to magical friendly fire.
  • Tech Turbocharger: A device for Noctis that accelerates the tech bar replenishment rate, but freezes the Armiger bar.
  • Armiger Accelerator: A device for Noctis that accelerates the Armiger bar replenishment rate, but freezes the tech bar.
  • Blitzer’s Fanfare: A scroll of sheet music containing a song of jubilation that provides additional AP for earning an A+ in Time outside of training.
  • Tactician’s Fanfare: A scroll of sheet music containing a song of jubilation that provides additional AP for earning an A+ in Finesse outside of training.
  • Key of Prosperity: A lucky charm that increases the rate at which fallen foes leave behind items of value.
  • Stamina Badge: A device that enables Noctis to sprint and hang without expending stamina.
  • Carnival Passport: An adorably adorned ticket that whisks the bearer away to a fun-filled carnival for a limited time.
  • Festive Ensemble (available late January 2017): A fancy and fun outfit perfectly suited for enjoying the festivities. The darling design puts all who see it in high spirits
  • Holiday Pack + Exclusive Photo Frames (available late January 2017): Additional themes the player can add to Prompto’s photos when sharing over social media.

It’s worth mentioning once more that the two DLC packages are separate, so those who purchased the season pass will be able to download both, while everyone else will just get the Free Version without any additional puchase. The “+” Version wll not be sold separately.

The Choco-mog Carnival will happen in January, presumably as a live event, and no further information has been provided on what it will entail. You can find some pictures of the photo frames and of the new costumes here.

If you’re one of the three people that isn’t familiar with the game, and you’re wondering whether it’s good, you can check out our review.

 /  Executive News Editor
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