Final Fantasy XV Gladiolus DLC coming on March 28th
Final Fantasy XV has been out for a little while now and players have become accustomed to how the game runs. Overall feedback is positive and it looks like the title is a success. As such, Square Enix is looking to bank on this success by continuing to provide quality content over the course of several DLC, the first of which is slated to reach players come March 28th.
Final Fantasy XV Gladiolus DLC
The new DLC will be titled Episode Gladiolus and will focus on the character with the same name. With Gladiolus as a playable character, players will be able to enjoy new items such as the invincibility-granting exosuits which come with a long cooldown mechanic. Basically, players can use the suits for 30 minutes, receiving temporary immunity, but after those 30 minutes expire, they will have to wait a full day before being able to use them again.
Final Fantasy XV Pass players get a treat on February 21
If you fancy Cor Leonis, you should know that the character will also be appearing in the DLC, although it wasn’t yet confirmed in what capacity entirely. The exosuits will be available starting February 21st for Season Pass players as part of the Booster Pack prepared for that date.
After Episode Gladiolus, Square Enix will be prepping the next DLC which will be called Episode Prompto. The future looks bright and full of updates for Final Fantasy XV players, so whether you’ve been on the hype train from the beginning or you’re just now considering joining the party, you will have fun all the same.
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