Final Fantasy XV Showcases Its Ever-Expanding Universe In A New E3 2017 Trailer

By Sato . June 13, 2017 . 12:30pm

Final Fantasy XV

Final Fantasy XV launched last November but we’re seeing its universe expand through new updates and other surprises like Monster of the Deep: Final Fantasy XV. Here’s a special E3 2017 trailer for Final Fantasy XV.

 

For starters, Final Fantasy XV will support the recently revealed Xbox One X console, similar to the way it supports PlayStation 4 Pro. As far as content goes, the all-new episode where you’ll get to play as Prompto in the Final Fantasy XV: Episode Prompto DLC will be available on June 27. Future DLC episodes include Final Fantasy XV: Episode Ignis and the Multiplayer Expansion: Comrades.

 

And finally, the “Regalia Type-D” that allows you to go off-roading on the royal car will be available on June 27, alongside the release of Episode Prompto.

 

Here’s a look at some of the other new projects surrounding the Final Fantasy XV universe:

 

Monster of the Deep: Final Fantasy XV

Get a glimpse of the completely new Final Fantasy XV VR game, Monster of the Deep: Final Fantasy XV, coming September 2017.

Players will explore the world’s oceans, lakes, ponds and rivers and participate in a wide variety of fishing challenges, witness stunning details only in PlayStation®VR, and reacquaint themselves with familiar faces like Noctis, Prompto, Ignis, Gladiolus, and more.

 

King’s Knight –Wrath of the Dark Dragon-

 

King’s Knight – Wrath of the Dark Dragon is a new action RPG mobile game from the Final Fantasy XV Universe for iOS and Android devices.

 

King’s Knight – Wrath of the Dark Dragon is a nod to one of Square Enix’s earliest games, King’s Knight, which predates the Final Fantasy series. King’s Knight was a scrolling shooting game for the Nintendo Entertainment System that was developed by Hironobu Sakaguchi and Nobuo Uematsu.

King’s Knight -Wrath of the Dark Dragon- features a completely new story and world with an exciting multiplayer mode for up to four players. The free to play title (with in-app purchases) is planned for release on the Apple Store and Google Play in 2017.
Noctis and his friends can often be found playing this title during their downtime.

 

Final Fantasy XV is available on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.


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