Final Fantasy XV Update 1.13 Gets Official Screenshots; Adds Magitek Exosuits, Quests and More

Square Enix released Final Fantasy XV update 1.13, and a batch of screenshots to celebrate.

on July 31, 2017 2:08 AM

Today Square Enix released Final Fantasy XV update 1.13, and to celebrate they sent in a press kit including a batch of official screenshots.

The update weighs 2.534 gb on PS4 and you can download it right now by checking for updates on your PS4 and Xbox One.

As for what it brings, the most visible element are the Magitek Exosuits, that were supposed to come in February, but were delayed indefinitely because the copyright holders of Power Rangers movie decided that the suits were too similar to their own design for comfort, and filed a complaint forcing the team at Square Enix to issue a redesign.

The most visible change is that they lost the colors, which appeared to be an homage to Super Sentai tokusatsu series.

New quests have been added starting from chapter 8 at the Meldacio Hunter HQ, the Rush Link co-op system has been implemented. Since it activates a large burst in damage, it’s effective against enemies with high defenses.

The Moogle Chocobo Carnival in Altissia has been temporarily reactivated, and will last between today and the end of September 2017. If you missed it, you can now have your fill.

Last, but not least, there are the usual bug fixes. You can check out all the official screenshots below. As a bonus, you can also watch the Magitek Exosuits in action, courtesy of bambooshoots game.

In the meanwhile, Final Fantasy XV‘s development team is continuing to push the game with single player DLC, including the recently released Episode Prompto, and Episode Ignis, that will come in December. Major announcements are also expected to come at Gamescom in August, while a beta for the Comrades multiplayer expansion will start on August 3rd.

 /  Executive News Editor
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