New Final Fantasy XV Update Bringing Selfie Shooting Feature, Limited Edition Photo Frames and More

The upcoming Final Fantasy XV update won't just bring the Moogle Chocobo Carnival event, but will also add new content and a new feature.

on January 18, 2017 3:45 AM

Today Square Enix announced that the update coming to unlock the Moogle Chocobo Carnival on January 24th won’t just bring festive cheer, but also a new feature and a new photo frames.

Here is the list of changes:

For those who own the Holiday Pack + (Season Pass Exclusive)

  • Moogle Chocobo Carnival implemented.
  • Added costume Festive Ensemble.
  • Added Photo Frames “Holiday Pack +”  Limited Edition

For those who own the Holiday Pack (Free Version)

  • Moogle Chocobo Carnival implemented.
  • Added costume  Choco-Mog Tee.
  • Added Photo Frames “Holiday Pack +”  Limited Edition

For everyone: implementation of the “selfie-shooting feature” (since the announcement is in Japanese, the English name may be slightly different depending on how it’ll be localized). Outside of battle, players will be allowed to take pictures freely.

It’s worth mentioning that the notes clarify that the Moogle Chocobo Carnival will be the same regardless of the DLC downloaded, while the photo frames will be different. Of course those who have the season pass can and should download both packs to get them all.

If you haven’t downloaded the DLCs yet (since the Holiday Pack is free, you have no reason not to get at least that one), you can find the North American PS4 version here, the European PS4 version here, and the Xbox One version here, depending on what region and platform is appropriate for your game.

Recently, Square Enix announced that Final Fantasy XV shipped six million copies worldwide since its launch on November 29th.

If you’re one of the ten people unfamiliar with the game, and in case you missed it,  you can read our full review to know how we feel about the game. Incidentally, Final Fantasy XV also won our two Game of the Year awards, picked both by our staff and by our readers via popular vote.

 /  Executive News Editor
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