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Final Fantasy XV: Episode Ardyn has an release date

Final Fantasy XV players will be pleased to know that the latest DLC planned for the game, Final Fantasy XV: Episode Ardyn, is coming soon. The DLC tells the story of Ardyn Izunia, ...
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Final Fantasy XV, DLC deleted. Hajime Tabata leaves Square Enix

Hajime Tabata, the man who managed to complete the complicated Final Fantasy XV project, left Square Enix, leading to the cancellation of the remaining DLCs planned for the game. The news arrives ...
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Final Fantasy XV on PC now also supports mods

The Steam Workshop dedicated to Final Fantasy XV was immediately filled with mods following the patch published by Square Enix which allows its support. On this page, Square Enix explains how to use ...

Final Fantasy XV and NieR: Automata did well at the coffers of Square Enix

As well as various software houses before her, Square Enix also released the financial results of the fiscal year 2017 (the 31 March 2018 ended), which mark a decline in physical sales compared to ...

Final Fantasy XV has no end and is enriched with four other DLC in ...

Sooner or later we will have a final version of Final Fantasy XV, but apparently it will not be the Royal Edition released recently: during PAX East Square Enix has announced that in the course ...
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Final Fantasy XV is finally available on PC

After more than a year of waiting, Final Fantasy XV has finally arrived also on PC. You can find it for € 50 on Steam and on Origin - and if you buy it by the first ...
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Square Enix will give more importance to the PC with its next big titles

The PC version of Final Fantasy XV took a long time to come and, after more than a year, even those without a console will be able to play the last chapter of the Square Enix saga. In the future...

Final Fantasy XV will have four more new episodes coming out of the 2019

Square Enix plans to release four more DLC episodes for Final Fantasy XV. The game's director, Hajime Tabata, last year announced that there would be three published during the 2018, ...

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