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Mar 28, 2017 11:56 AM EDT

‘Final Fantasy XV’ Gets Chapter 13 Verse 2 With New Update; New Trailer Revealed [VIDEO]


"Final Fantasy XV" gets a new alternate version of Chapter 13 with the latest update. A new trailer was also released recently.

"Final Fantasy XV" new updates

Update 1.06 and 1.07 were launched recently by Square Enix for "Final Fantasy XV." This includes several updates to the system, and it also some refinements to the controversial Chapter 13 of the game. This will also prepare the game for the upcoming Gladiolus DLC, which will be uploaded soon by the game company.


A Reddit member wrote on its official website the details of the latest updates for the video game. The file size will be 5.7GB, a combination of update 1.06 and 1.07. It will also contain several new updates and new features for it.

The game will have new areas to visit and new cutscenes for Chapter 13. This also allows Gladiolus to be playable in this new area of the game. Players can access this new section either by selecting the Special option in the main menu or during chapter 13 of the game when it gives them the choice to play as Noctis or Gladiolus.

The update also made some enhancements to other features like the Ring of the Lucii's spells are now buffed, and other various gameplay enhancements. It also closed the Timed Quest temporarily, but it will resume at a later date. It added two new tracks from Episode Gladiolus to the music player list, and it also added the compatibility with the upcoming DLC.

New trailer

Square Enix also revealed on the official website of "Final Fantasy XV" its new trailer, which can be viewed down below. This new video showcases the details of the update like the new features, and how Gladiolus could be played in an alternative route of Chapter 13. It also shows how the guys could climb previously inaccessible rocky formations in the game.

Check out the "Final Fantasy XV" March Update Trailer video below:

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