Unlike the current version of the game, which is an expansion for Final Fantasy XV, the standalone version will not require the main game. It will also include 10 new bosses, costumes, and weapons.
Square Enix noted that the expansion version of Comrades will no longer be playable when the standalone version launches. Users who have already purchased the expansion will be able to download the standalone version free of charge. The only remaining working features of the expansion will be the “Avatar Creation” and “Photo Viewing” tools.
Final Fantasy XV: Windows Edition will not receive the standalone version of Comrades, as Comrades is included with the base game on PC. Players who own Final Fantasy XV: Windows Edition will receive the additional 10 bosses, costumes, and weapons for their version of Comrades in a free update.
The release of the standalone Final Fantasy XV Multiplayer: Comrades will also result in a price price change for the Final Fantasy XV Season Pass. As of December 13, the Season Pass will cost $14.99 / 1,389 yen.
Final Fantasy XV is available now for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.
Watch a new trailer below. View a new set of screenshots at the gallery. (Gallery also includes screenshots of Final Fantasy XV downloadable content “Episode Ardyn” and the Final Fantasy XV x Final Fantasy XIV collaboration quest.)