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Aug 03, 2016 08:37 AM EDT

‘Final Fantasy XV’ News & Update: Square Enix Announces Season Pass For PS4 And ‘Xbox One’

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The video game developer Square Enix made it known to the public that "Final Fantasy XV" will receive a Season Pass once it unleashes on September 30 for PS4 as well as on "Xbox One."

A Digital Premium Edition is now up for grabs for pre-orders, that features Season Pass, although content covered by the feature is still yet to be discovered.

As the representative of Square Enix stated that they currently have no further information to share about the Season Pass, based on the report of Gematsu.

At E3 2016 in June, Hajime Tabata, director of "Final Fantasy XV," stated that the video game's downloadable content (DLC) plans were finalized, and it would include costumes, additional story content, as well as things that don't fall into those categories that the game enthusiasts will be excited to witness.

This Digital Premium Edition of the upcoming action role-playing video game will cost $84,99. But, in case if a person has already pre-ordered a copy of "Final Fantasy 15," that person can upgrade to the Season Pass as specified on PlayStation Store, according to Gamepur.

The Japanese PlayStation Store has already added the video game's Season Pass, which offers actual details. The Season Pass includes the following six pieces of DLC and one of which will include a new mode such as Booster Pack, Episode Gladiolus, Holiday Pack, Episode Ignis, Episode Prompto and Expansion Pack.

However, there's still quite a bit of the game that the video game company has yet to show, but some new details on some of the video game's features have emerged recently on the internet.

In the recently shown Real-Time Technologies of video game's Battles, a number of debug menus were displayed at various times, with one of them leaked some details on summons, WCCF Tech reported.

Square Enix is yet to provide an official statement regarding the Season Pass.

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