Final Fantasy XV Update 1.12 Now Available; Adds Off-Road Regalia Type-D and Weighs 8.65 Gigabytes

It's time to abandon the roads in Final Fantasy XV, and take control of the heavy duty Regalia Type-D thanks to a new free update.

on June 25, 2017 9:51 PM

If you want to explore the world of Final Fantasy XV with more freedom, without being stuck to the roads, Square Enix just made a new update available for you.

The new upcate, numbered 1.12, is fairly hefty. It will take about 8.65 gigabytes of your download bandwidth on PS4.

Besides preparing for the implementation of the Episode Prompto DLC that will be released tomorrow (June 27th), it includes the Regalia Type-D, which is able to travel off-road, finally liberating players from the obligation to follow the beaten path.

If you want to try out the option, you can unlock at Hammerhead, where Cidney will offer to remodel your Regalia into the Type-D. It even comes with dedicated dialogue, and a jump-boost feature activated by pressing circle.

On top of the car, the update also adds music from Episode Prompto to the music player, including the tracks by Naoshi Mizuta.

If you want to check it out what it looks like, you can find a few screenshots here. You can also watch some footage from the upcoming DLC Episode Prompto, a new trailer, and gameplay footage. A batch of screenshots is also available for your perusal.

Recently, we also learned that Square Enix is preparing to make some relevant announcements at Gamescom in August.

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

Final Fantasy XV Update 1.12 Now Available; Adds Off-Road Regalia Type-D and Weighs 8.65 Gigabytes

 /  Executive News Editor
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