Final Fantasy XV: Episode Ignis DLC Will Have Unknown Legendary Composer

Square Enix done an engaging proclamation about a arriving Episode Ignis DLC that is scheduled to come for Final Fantasy XV.

Looks like Ignis’ side story is going to have song stoical by another mythological Maestro.

This follows a trend of prior vital DLC for a game, with Episode Gladiolus scored by Nier Automata‘s Keiichi Okabe, Episode Prompto carrying a signature of Final Fantasy XI‘s Naoshi Mizuta, and a arriving Comrades multiplayer enlargement scored by Nobuo Uematsu.

At a moment, no serve hints have been forsaken on a probable temperament of a puzzling composer, so looks like we’ll have to wait for serve info down a line, utterly presumably during Paris Games Week.

Speaking of DLC, a Comrades enlargement has been somewhat delayed to early November. If we wish to see more, you can suffer some new gameplay from Tokyo Game Show. A few weeks ago, we also schooled that a main Final Fantasy XV game will keep receiving new content next year, past a strange devise to finish in 2017.

Episode Ignis is scheduled to come in December, and you can see the initial teaser trailer.

Final Fantasy XV is now accessible for PS4 and Xbox One, and will recover for PC in early 2018. If we wish to learn more, we should not forget to review our recent talk with Director Hajime Tabata.

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