The Death Of Final Fantasy XV DLC Memorialised In Mod 

The Death Of Final Fantasy XV DLC Memorialised In Mod 
Image: Mrsaturn241, <a href="">Steam</a>

Last week, it was announced that 75 per cent of Final Fantasy XV’s upcoming downloadable content was canceled.

This past autumn, it was announced that there were four more DLC episodes, called Ardyn, Aranea, Luna and Noctis. Only Ardyn remains, and it’s slated for March 2019. The others have been killed off. Requiescat in pace.

As Game Spark (via USGamer and DSOG) points out, modder Mrsaturn241 created these “FFXV DLC Memorial” tombstones.

“I could handle the loss of the episodes fairly well, but after hearing that Windows Edition production has concluded, it was like another more painful slap in the face,” wrote Mrsaturn241 on Steam.

“The level building tool and a[n] improved Mod Organiser (that could actually handle the game’s assets) would have been a perfect send off for the many people that were promised these tools when they bought the PC version. Now that the story expansion of FFXV has been harshly curtailed by all these cancellations, at least having the modding tools would be some consolation.”

Image: Mrsaturn241, Steam
Image: Mrsaturn241, Steam
Image: Mrsaturn241, Steam


  • We’re these sold as part of some all dlc pass/package at launch. Because it would be interesting to see the ramifications on the false advertising on these items

    • No, the “second season” (dubbed “Dawn of the Future”) was not planned or intended at all. It was a surprise reveal at a PAX panel mid/late last year.
      The only DLC season that was planned was for Episodes Gladiolus, Prompto, and Ignis (Ignis is the intended conclusion), plus the Comrades multiplayer story.
      The whole Dawn of the Future thing was entirely separate and not part of any other pass, it was more of an afterthought.

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