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 Written by Brandon Hofer  on April 27, 2017

News: A new update is available that introduces some new content while fixing various bugs.



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The April update for Final Fantasy XV has now arrived from Square Enix and includes a new mode that has been added to the list of resolutions available on the PlayStation 4 Pro. The newly implemented mode enables the player to enjoy a smooth gameplay experience at a more stable frame rate.

The full list of updates include:

  • Introduction of rankings to Timed Quests

  • First Timed Quest reward - the Afrosword, a greatsword inspired by Grammy Award winning DJ and Producer Afrojack

  • New car decals for players to customize their Regalia

  • Three new songs added to the Music Player

  • Enlarged font sizes for the subtitles and various menu screens

  • Addition of content in collaboration with Terra Battle

  • Various bug fixes


  • What do you think about these fixes and the addition of content? Are you still playing Final Fantasy XV? Tell us what you think below.



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