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Final Fantasy XV Goes Gold, ‘Omen’ CG Trailer and DLC Details

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Final Fantasy XV Goes Gold, ‘Omen’ CG Trailer and DLC Details

Final Fantasy XV has gone gold. This means the game is finished. It’s ready to be put on discs and uploaded to the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One digital stores. To commemorate that event, details about all four DLC add-ons and “Omen,” a new Final Fantasy XV CG cinematic trailer, has been released.

Omen is inspired by the game’s world and story and “depicts a nightmarish “omen” for Noctis’ father King Regis – a catastrophic future that must be avoided.”

Now that the game is complete, the focus now shifts to the post-launch DLC, which you’ll be able to buy separately or in the $24.99 USD Season Pass. Here’s what to expect from the original episodes starring Gladiolus, Ignis, and Prompto:

“The main focus of the Season Pass is three original episodes that take place during the events of Final Fantasy XV. Each episode allows players to take control of one of Noctis’ comrades in all-new adventures that offer unique play styles tailored to each character. Players can explore previously unseen areas filled with new monsters, and even obtain weapons that can later be used in the main game. Episode Gladiolus is the first new character adventure to arrive, and will be followed by Episode Ignis and Episode Prompto.”

Final Fantasy XV releases on November 29 for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

Check out the Trailer:

“The Final Fantasy XV “Omen” trailer was made by Digic Pictures. People who have watched Kingsglaive: Final Fantasy XV may recognize that name, as they helped with the tie-in movie’s production. Digic Pictures has also worked on cutscenes, teasers, and trailers for games like Civilization V, Darksiders: Wrath of War, Prince of Persia: The Forgotten Sands, Mass Effect 3, and the Assassin’s Creed series.”

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