Final Fantasy XV Finally Gets the Weird Cup Noodles Helmet for Noctis as Free DLC

Square Enix is finally releasing Noctis' fabled Cup Noodles helmet for Final Fantasy XV, and no, it's not a joke.

on August 30, 2017 11:08 PM

Remember the weird but hilarious Final Fantasy XV commercials advertising Nissin’s Cup Noodles? The popular instant food brand is also quite present in the game, with its own food item and quest, and now it also got an helmet for Noctis.

The helmet has been released today as a free DLC on the European PlayStation Store, and while it hasn’t been released in North America yet, or on Xbox One, it’s likely to come soon.

If you have the European PS4 version of the game, you can download the DLC here for a whopping 1.6 megabytes of your bandwidth. It increases HP regeneration.

Since Cup Noodles are serious business, it also got a batch of official screenshots that you can enjoy at the bottom of the post.

If you want to see more, you can also check out another Cup Noodles commercial, and if you’re interested in more serious updates, you can read about the latest patch, check out the announcement trailer of the Windows Edition, and the first batch of gorgeous screenshots.

If you’re interested in upcoming DLC content, you can check out our videos of the impressive female character creation and the one for males, which were showcased in the beta of the upcoming “Comrades“multiplayer feature.

You can also read more about the Pocket Edition for mobile platforms, and the sneaky tease of a possible Switch version.

Final Fantasy XV is currently available for PS4 and Xbox One, while the Windows Edition will launch on PC via Steam in early 2018. The Pocket Edition will release this fall for iOS, Android and Windows 10.

 /  Executive News Editor
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