Final Fantasy XV Booster Pack+ DLC Now Available for Xbox One and for PS4 in Europe

The new DLC for the Final Fantasy XV Season Pass gives you new tools for fighting and fishing.

on February 21, 2017 3:34 AM

As previously promised, Square Enix is rolling out the “Booster Pack+” DLC for Final Fantasy XV, and it’s currently available for Xbox One and for PS4 in Europe.

The North American PS4 version of the DLC still isn’t out but it will likely be released later today, as it usually happens.

You can find the Xbox One version here, and the PS4 version here.

With the release of the package, we get the official English names of its content:

  • Ragnarok (Sword)
  • Dragon Drain (Fishing rod)
  • Avior (Reel)

Keep in mind that the “Booster Pack+” is available only for those who bought the Season Pass, and won’t be purchasable separately.

If this looks a bit thin in content, is because the bulk of the DLC was supposed to be distributed for free as “Booster Pack,” and the “+” version is simply a bonus for Season Pass purchasers.

Unfortunately, the original Booster Pack included the “Magitek Exosuits” that drew complaints from the right holders of the upcoming Power Rangers movie, who deemed the design too similar. As a result, the suits are being redesigned and the DLC will come with an unspecified delay.

Of course, it completely makes sense for the American companies that make Power Rangers, that has always been a (rather poor) imitation of the Japanese Super Sentai series, to complain about imitation by a Japanese game developer paying homage to the original Super Sentai suits, right?


 /  Executive News Editor
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