The Jul refurbish for Final Fantasy XV is now live. This month’s patch adds a prolonged awaited set of Power Rangers-like fight suits to a diversion and gives players another possibility to attend in a limited-time in-game event.
Starting today, players will finally be means to get their hands on a Magitek Exosuits, a special set of armor for Noctis and his friends. Donning a Exosuits creates a celebration godlike for a full 30 minutes, yet a suits can usually be used once per day. The Magitek Exosuits were creatively dictated to be expelled as part of a game’s paid DLC Booster Pack this past February; however, Square Enix delayed a costumes due to their similarities to a ones ragged by a Power Rangers in a new reboot film. To make adult for a delay, a publisher is charity a armor for giveaway to all players. The Magitek Exosuits were also redesigned to serve compute them from a Power Rangers; we can see a comparison of a aged and new designs below.
In further to a Magitek Exosuits, this month’s refurbish adds a new Cross Chain complement to a game, as good as an additional query to undertake. The biggest underline from a update, however, is a lapse of a Moogle Chocobo Carnival. This limited-time eventuality creatively ran behind in Feb and facilities special carnival-themed games, items, and quests to experience. As before, however, players will need to have possibly a Holiday Pack or Holiday Pack+ DLC commissioned to attend in a event. The former container is giveaway to all players, while a latter is usually accessible to those who purchased a game’s Season Pass. Square Enix says a Moogle Chocobo Carnival will run until “late September.”
Final Fantasy XV players still have some-more calm to demeanour brazen to in a nearby future. Square Enix will shortly be hosting a sealed beta for a game’s Comrades expansion. Those who purchased a Final Fantasy XV Season Pass and have possibly a PS Plus or Xbox Live Gold membership will be means to try a sampling of a arriving multiplayer enlargement from Aug 3-8. A third DLC part is also slated to arrive this December and will revolve around Ignis. Meanwhile, a party’s car, a Regalia, is coming as a giveaway update to Forza Horizon 3.