Final Fantasy XV hasn't shied away from crossovers, with elements of Assassin's Creed, The Sims, and Half-Life all appearing in the game in some way. Now you can add Minecraft to that crossover list, but going the other way.
Mojang today launched the Final Fantasy XV Skin Pack on the Minecraft Marketplace. Of course, the pack includes the four main protagonists from the game: Noctis, Ignis, Prompto, and Gladiolus. But in addition, there are skins for villains like Ardyn and Astrals like Ifrit and Shiva.
In all, there are 43 skins to choose from, all of which are drawn from creatures, villains, heroes, and others from around the world of Eos. Personally, I'm going Moogle and Cactuar skins.
The Final Fantasy XV Skin Pack is up for grabs now on the Minecraft Marketplace.
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