We haven't gotten to some of the crazier Final Fantasy XV mods that we know some gamers will eventually make, but for now here's a neat tool to customise the aural experience.
The official FFXV soundtrack is fine for me, but if you'd like a different genre of music for your roadtrip, then the FFXV Radio Tuner can help.
It's a small mod - 18.5MB - that lets you replace the in-game music with anything of your choice. The tool even acts as a basic music player, so you can listen to the FFXV soundtrack (as the SAB/MAB files won't typically be picked up by your standard audio player).
FFXV Radio Tuner over one of the two main music folders in the FFXV install directory. Image: Kotaku
If that's not enough, you can also export any of the readable FFXV audio files as an MP3, WAV or OGG file.
On the surface, this doesn't seem like a whole lot - it's just replacing audio, after all. But there's a certain charm to journeying the open-world with some classic Final Fantasy tunes. Or maybe ruining Noctis' adventure with the most inappropriate music possible.
To muck around with FFXV Radio Tuner, head over to ModDB.