Final Fantasy XV DLC cancelled

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Final Fantasy XV has been a monster hit for Square Enix, selling more than eight million copies worldwide since it was released in 2016 and it's seen a number of popular DLC releases since then. The video also announced Final Fantasy XV and Luminous Productions head Hajime Tabata's resignation from Square Enix.

Episode Aranea, Episode Lunafreya, and Episode Noctis, which were part of the "Dawn of the Future" DLC plan, have ceased production. The rest of the DLC has been scrapped.

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In a surprising and drastic move, Square Enix have chose to can the production of more DLC for Final Fantasy XV and write off the costs of its production, as they look to point Luminous Productions toward creating new AAA games. That is with the exception of Episode Ardyn, which will still release next year as a final send-off for the game.

The collaboration in Final Fantasy XV adds a special quest called Adventurer from Another World featuring a red-haired Miqo'te named Y'jhimei who shows up before Noctis and company and needs help saving the world. Hopefully Tabata continues to work in the games industry in the future at a new studio. The development team Luminous has decided that it will now be focusing its efforts on developing an entirely new AAA title. All except Episode Ardyn have been cancelled, with Ardyn still planned for its March 2019 release. FFXV director Hajime Tabata has left the company too, planning to start his own company for his own project. "For that reason, I have chose to leave my current position and start my own business in order to achieve my goal", he explained. Comrades will include 10 new bosses, costumes, and weapons. The event is set to go live on 12th December for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC.

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