Final Fantasy XV First DLC Released December 22nd

Final Fantasy XV has scarcely been out for three weeks and its first content patch is already being reported, and as an early Christmas present the DLC is completely free. You’ll be able to get your hands on it from December the 22nd, so less than a week until all that free FFXV goodness is yours. As an added bonus, if you bought the season pass then an extra special Holiday Pack+ will be yours as well.

So what do you get in these DLC’s? Well they both include some outfit accessories that you can Noctis can wear plus a carnival ticket allowing access to the Moogle Chocobo Carnival Event being held in January, next year.

The Holiday+ DLC owners can look forward to even more in the way of an extra song, photo frames and four Noctis exclusive items. Take a look at the full list of items you get with each pack.

Final Fantasy XV Noctis Outfit ScreenshotHoliday Pack

  • Level Stopper
  • Annihilation Victory Song
  • Mog Choco T-shirt (Noctis Exclusive) – Part of the January Carnival
  • Limited Time Carnival Ticket

Holiday Pack+

  • Protection Ring
  • Command Booster (Noctis Exclusive)
  • Phantom Booster (Noctis Exclusive)
  • Instant Kill Victory Song
  • Battle Skill Victory Song
  • Key of Fortune
  • Stamina Anchor (Noctis Exclusive)
  • Carnival Style (Noctis Exclusive) – Part of the January Carnival
  • Photo Frame (Holiday Pack Exclusive) -Part of the January Carnival
  • Limited Time Carnival Ticket+

The details of this Moogle Chocobo Carnival or still fairly scarce but it’s safe to assume that it will include plenty of carnival / funfair style games and events to enjoy.

This DLC is hot of the trails of the games release, and SquareEnix are already throwing out some free content to the players. Not too shabby SE. It’s safe to assume that this is only the start and that 2017 will be ram packed with even more Final Fantasy XV DLC for you to get your chompers on.

Jim Franklin

Jim Franklin is a freelance writer, living in Derby UK with his wife. When time allows he likes nothing more than losing himself in a multi-hour gaming session. He likes most games and will play anything but prefers MMO's, and sandbox RPG's.

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