Final Fantasy XV Season Pass announced [Update]

Digital Premium Edition pre-orders now available.

Final Fantasy XV

Final Fantasy XV will have a Season Pass that allows players to download additional content.

Pre-orders for a “Digital Premium Edition” of Final Fantasy XV, which includes the game and Season Pass, went live on the PlayStation Store in the U.S. today for $84.99. A “Season Pass Upgrade” is also available for users who already pre-ordered Final Fantasy XV digitally.

A Square Enix representative told Gematsu it currently has no further information to share about the Season Pass.

At E3 2016 in June, Final Fantasy XV director Hajime Tabata said the game’s downloadable content plans were “pretty much finalized,” and that it would include “additional story content, costumes, as well as things that don’t fall into those categories that fans will be excited to see.”

Final Fantasy XV is due out for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on September 30.

Update 11:55 p.m.: The Final Fantasy XV Season Pass has been added to the Japanese PlayStation Store, which offers actual details. It includes the following six pieces of downloadable content, one of which will include a new mode:

  • “Booster Pack” (DLC #1)
  • “Episode Gladiolus” (DLC #2)
  • “Holiday Pack” (DLC #3)
  • “Episode Ignis” (DLC #4)
  • “Episode Prompto” (DLC #5)
  • “Expansion Pack” (DLC #6)

In Japan, the Season Pass costs 2,700 yen.

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