What could possibly make someone buy Final Fantasy XV Windows Edition on Origin instead of Steam? Llama super hero costumes? Sure, go with that. They look a little silly, but once you see them in action, set to dramatic Final Fantasy music, they are completely ridiculous.
Coming to iOS and Android later this fall, the chibi mobile version of Final Fantasy XV will cost between $20 and $30. The game’s split into 10 episodes. First one’s free, second and third are $.99 and the rest are $3.99 apiece. Or just buy the whole bundle for $19.99.
Final Fantasy XV’s update 1.07 is live, setting up Episode Gladiolus and making big changes to the polarizing Chapter 13. If you’ve already beaten the game, you can see the revised chapter from the menu. If you can’t imagine subjecting yourself to it again, stay tuned: I’ll check it out tomorrow morning and report…
Final Fantasy XV’s PS4 Pro update just hit. Version 1.05 brings the game’s PS4 Pro frame rate up to 60 FPS. On the Xbox One and PS4, the update increased FFXV’s level cap to 120 and added more Camera Roll storage, a portal music player for chocobo rides and limited-time hunts.