Final Fantasy XV Multiplayer Expansion “Comrades” Gets Release Date and Trailer

Final Fantasy XV fans finally know when they'll be able to play the "Comrades" multiplayer expansion on PS4 and Xbox One.

on September 20, 2017 5:35 AM

Today Square Enix released a brand new trailer of Final Fantasy XV‘s upcoming multiplayer expansion titled “Comrades.

Even more interestingly, we get a release date for the DLC, which will come out on October 31st.

The trailer also includes a brand-new track titled “Choosing Hope,” composed by Nobuo Uematsu, and sung by popular Japanese vocalist Emiko Suzuki.

Here is an overview of Comrades‘ own story and features, straight from the press release..

“As members of Kingsglaive, players equip royal sigils that grant special powers from the Lucian bloodline. Players can then strategize and create a balanced team to take on a variety of quests. In addition to multiplayer quests, single player quests are also available for players to enhance their characters. “

If you haven’t played the main game yet, you may want to go straight back to the front page now that you know the release date, because the rest (including the trailer) includes spoilers from the storyline.

Basically, players play survivors of the Kingsglaive investigating on Noctis’ whereabouts after the events of Final Fantasy XV‘s chapter 13. Other members of the cast including Gladiolus, Prompto and Ignis will be made playable in future updates.

Without further ado, if you’re fine with the spoilers, you can check out the trailer below.

Final Fantasy XV is currently available for PS4 and Xbox One, and will release for PC in early 2018. If you want to know more, you should not forget to read our recent interview with Director Hajime Tabata.

 /  Executive News Editor
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