The wait is finally over for getting to play Final Fantasy XV with all of your friends. Well, at least four of your friends here as the Multiplayer Expansion has finally dropped for the game from Square Enix and you can get it on the Xbox One and PS4 right now. That if you are willing to drop an extra $19.99 USD on Final Fantasy XV to pick it up or have the Season Pass already. All that and if you have a PS Plus account or Xbox Live on the respective systems you may be playing the game on. It seems like a bit much, but it is all to expand the game just a bit further after the end of Chapter 13 in the core game. Also to keep all of those hunts going as well I guess.
With this new expansion for Final Fantasy XV, you will be creating your own avatar for the game and then head into a team up with others as part of the Kingsglaive Elite and then venture back into the game's world again. Granted this is all about the multiplayer, but this expansion will also bring more of a single-player campaign to Final Fantasy XV as well if that is your personal choice. It is more about the multiplayer quests though as well as having as many Hunts open and running as you wish. At least that is how it all sounds from the description here and it could all play a lot different in the long run. Like I said, you can find out as of now if you want to take the time to download or purchase it all.
Final Fantasy XV — Multiplayer Expansion Comrades
Beginning today, Final Fantasy XV players can band together and join the Kingsglaive elite force in the game’s first-ever online multiplayer expansion, “Comrades.” Taking place after the events of Chapter 13 in the main game, Comrades puts fans in the shoes of the remaining survivors of the Kingsglaive as they fight to restore the Light to the world during Noctis’s absence. To commemorate the release of the expansion, a new game update was also implemented recently allowing players to accept multiple hunt quests at one time and adding new cooking recipes.
In Comrades, players can create and customize their own avatar and partake in epic quests in a world engulfed by darkness. As members of the Kingsglaive, players will equip royal sigils that grant special powers from the rulers of old, strategize with one another and create a balanced team in battles against formidable foes and beasts. In addition to multiplayer quests, players can experience the story unfold in a thorough single-player campaign. By using the base of operations in Lestallum, the player can undertake a variety of exciting quests and encounter familiar faces.
Are you finally glad to get to play Final Fantasy XV in a multiplayer aspect or have you already put the game down for other ventures? Is it odd to see all of this instead of just getting more for the actual MMO or will this breathe new life into the game here? Will you be playing it all as intended or trying to go at it all in single-player mode? Let us all know down in the comments and then discuss. As more for Final Fantasy XV is released or revealed, we will have it here. Just keep checking back in here to see it all and stay as up to date as possible.