Rumour: Final Fantasy XV To Receive DLC With Playable Supporting Characters

Square Enix seem to be going above and beyond, supporting it’s single player title; Final Fantasy XV, by announcing it’s plans to include multiplayer content and special events.

However, a poster over at 4Chan; who claims to have been an employee for Square Enix during some of Final Fantasy XV’s development, has said that a lot of content was cut from it’s original vision of ‘Versus XIII’ but they plan on releasing more content, depending on how well-received the planned DLC goes down.

Some of this ‘possible’ content includes being able to play through stories of supporting characters such as Iris or Cindy. We already know that the season pass will dish out an episode for each of the current playable characters: Promptu, Gladiolus and Ignis, presumably filling in their backstories that have been addressed in the story.

Bare in mind, that this is just ‘word of mouth’ from a poster on a forum so take this with a pinch of salt – That’s it! I’ve come up with a new recipe.

Are you still wandering the world of Eos or have you moved on to other lands? Do you think this guy is reliable with his information? We’d like to hear your thoughts and opinions in the comments below

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