Since then, Square Enix has released a couple of expansions to rectify the situation. The latest entry in the series is Episode Ignis. According to the publisher, fans will soon be able to uncover the untold story surrounding his battle against the Leviathan during the events of the main game.
If you haven't played Final Fantasy 15, you might be unfamiliar with what that means, but for those who have, this was a long-awaited mystery which is finally going to be resolved. Fans have been waiting a long time for this! Other features from Episode Ignis include the following.
- A brand-new storyline unknown to Prince Noctis as he remains unconscious after the Trial of Leviathan. Ignis faces his own fight, driven by his unwavering dedication to protect the price at all costs.
- The character's spelldaggers can be imbued with elemental properties. His unique ability called Total Clarity allows Ignis to attack multiple enemies at once.
- A new companion known as Ravus will join forces with Ignis, putting allegiances aside in order to save their loved ones.
- This episode features multiple endings depending on your actions.
Episode Ignis is slated for release on December 13, 2017 on Xbox One and PlayStation 4. Aside from playing as Ignis, the expansion features new music from legendary composer Yasunori Mitsuda. If you haven't played Final Fantasy 15 yet, the game features captivating characters, stunning visuals, open-world exploration, and real-time combat. It's expected to be enhanced for Xbox One X in the future so be sure to keep an eye out for that.
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