Final Fantasy XV: Episode Ignis Story DLC’s Release Month Announced with First Dramatic Teaser Trailer

Ignis seems to be in deep trouble in the first teaser trailer of Final Fantasy XV: Episde Ignis DLC, releasing in December.

on June 26, 2017 1:56 PM

Just like the end of Final Fantasy XV‘s first story DLC Episode Gladiolus unlocked a teaser trailer of Episode Prompto, the conclusion of the second DLC includes a tease of the third, Episode Ignis.

With the DLC already available in some regions, we can already take a look at the teaser, and that’s not all: with the video also comes a release window. We’ll get to play it in December, just over a year after the launch of the original game on November 29th 2016.

The trailer is quite dark and dramatic, featuring Ignis apparently captured by Niflheim magitek soldiers led by our old pal Ardyn Izunia, whom appears to be quite satisfied with the deed (very much unlike Ignis himself).

Just today, Square Enix released a new patch to prepare for the release of Episode Prompto, and it included the off-road Regalia Type-D. Unsurprisingly, it’s a lot of fun to drive.

You can check it out below, courtesy of YouTube userĀ Shirrako. If you want to see more, you can also watch some footage fromĀ the upcoming DLC Episode Prompto, a new trailer, and gameplay footage, on top of a batch of screenshots.

Recently, we also learned that Square Enix is preparing to make some relevant announcements at Gamescom in August, which of course we’ll keep you updated about as soon as they happen.

Final Fantasy XV is currently available for PS4 and Xbox One. Episode Prompto will release on June 27th for both platforms.

 /  Executive News Editor
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