Final Fantasy 15 Assassin’s Creed DLC is now available for download
The Assassin’s Festival add-on is now available in Final Fantasy XV. Players who were able to get the Dream Egg from the Moogle Chocobo Carnival event received an outfit for Noctis to get them in the mood for the festival.
Final Fantasy 15 players can run dressed in Assassins
Square Enix recently released the free DLC for Final Fantasy 15, bringing an event called the Assassin’s Festival to Lestallum. The town is decked in banners, and more similar items t mark this incredible occasion. All kinds of Assassin-themed minigames and game mechanics are now available in Final Fantasy 15.
The festival brings another Assassin-themes outfit to the game and more opportunities for Noctis to explore the environment like an Assassin and use various Assassin abilities.
The origins of the collab between Assassin’s Creed and Final Fantasy
Ubisoft has previously stated in a blog post that the collaboration between the two games originated three years ago. It happened during an informal meeting at the Tokyo Game Show as a sign of expressing admiration for each other’s work.
Players who paid enough attention while checking out the trailer from last November for Final Fantasy 15 and the announcement and Gamescom trailers for Assassin’s Creed Origins, might have caught some Easter Eggs which hinted at this whole mash-up.
Both teams respect each other greatly, and they’re thrilled about this opportunity to pay homage to each other’s work.
This is only the latest crossover involving Final Fantasy 15 and more products because there were also previous brands involved which included Cup Noodles and Forza Horizon 3.
Remember that the Assassin’s Festival only runs for a limited amount of time, and it will end next year on January 31. Get the most of it while it’s running!
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