Final Fantasy XV Story DLC Episode Prompto Gets Release Date and Screenshots

Square Enix provided an update about the future of Final Fantasy XV, its DLC and the King's Knight –Wrath of the Dark Dragon– mobile game.

on June 13, 2017 3:31 PM

Today Square Enix released a batch of announcements about the future of the Final Fantasy XV universe.

First of all, we get the confirmation that the game will get an update to support Xbox One X, as it was announced during Microsoft’s E3 press conference.

Secondly, the new story DLC Episode Prompto got a release date: It will launch on June 27th. Following, the game will receive another two already announced DLC: Episode Ignis and Multiplayer Expansion: Comrades.

The DLC even got new screenshots, and it appears that the game will take just another twist, focused on shooting. If you want to see more about it, you can also check out the teaser from the end of Episode Gladiolus.

On the same day (June 27th), Final Fantasy XV will also get a new free update, featuring the previously announced Regalia Type-D, equipped to travel off-road. Some screenshots were provided for this as well.

The mobile game  King’s Knight –Wrath of the Dark Dragon– also got a new trailer, which you can see below. It will feature a completely new story and world, with multiplayer support for up to four players. It will be available in 2017 for iOS and Android.

Last, but not least, Final Fantasy XV got another “Universe” trailer, showing off the multiple aspects of the title. You can check that one out at the bottom of the post.

 /  Executive News Editor
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