Final Fantasy XV Episode Prompto arrives in June and reveals some dark secrets
Final Fantasy XV recently received a new episode that adds more pieces to the game’s intricate puzzle of a plot. As its name suggests, Episode Gladiolus follows the story of Gladiolus to see what happened from his and Ignis’ side of things in the time spent before reuniting with Noctis.
In just three months’ time, Final Fantasy 15 will receive a new DLC titled Episode Prompto that fills out the story even more. This episode will arrive in June, but no information is available yet as to the exact release date. If Square Enix maintains the same release pattern, the DLC should be released at the end of June.
Final Fantasy XV Episode Prompto content
Square Enix has been very secretive when it comes to Episode Prompto’s content, with the only pieces of information available about this DLC coming from its trailer. The video depicts a harsh winter scene that further emphasizes the tough choice Prompto has to make, debuting with Prompto walking towards a man lying on the ground. He then points his gun at the wounded man, preparing to shoot him.
The trailer doesn’t reveal who the wounded man is, but judging by Prompto’s reaction, he appears to be a close friend of his. Prompto slowly walks towards him and hesitates to shoot him. There is definitely a close connection between the two as Prompto is clearly holding back tears while pointing the gun at him.
The trailer ends with a black screen and a gun’s fire. However, this doesn’t necessarily mean that Prompto actually shot the unknown man. Only time will tell. You can check out the trailer below for yourself:
What’s your take on the whole scene? Who do you think Prompto has killed, if anyone?
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