Final Fantasy XV Booster Pack gives Noctis some cool fishing gadgets
In just a few days’ time, Final Fantasy XV players will receive new DLC that will gift Noctis some cool items. The upcoming Booster Pack arrives on February 21 alongside Update 1.05.
The Booster Pack comes in two variants: The free Booster Pack version and Booster Pack+. Obviously, the latter brings additional content, including two useful fishing gadgets:
- Resplendent Glaive (Sword)
- Dragon Drain (Fishing Rod)
- Avior (Fishing Reel)
It is worth mentioning that the Magitek Exosuit won’t be included in the Booster Pack+. The Exosuit is one of the most coveted elements in the game. It offers a 30-minute invisibility window alongside enhanced fishing capabilities. Unfortunately, due to design issues, the Exosuit’s release had to be cancelled.
FFXV Update 1.05
As far as the Final Fantasy 15 Update 1.05 is concerned, players will be happy to learn that this patch raises the level cap from 99 to 120. Also, photo storage will be increased from 150 to 200. This is an excellent piece of news, as many players have been requesting this improvement. Make sure you have enough memory space to save those 50 extra photos, though!
Thanks to Update 1.05, you’ll be able to listen to the portable MP3 player while riding chocobos. Since FFXV players love challenges, this update also implements timed quests and actually the first ones will be timed monster hunts.
If you’re curious to see what kind of monsters you’ll be fighting, check out the trailer below (jump to 00:15):
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