The Regalia from Final Fantasy XV will be available as a free DLC on Forza Horizon 3

Sqaure Enix are not done adding free content to Final Fantasy XV, the well-known vehicle used throughout the main storyline of the game. The Regalia which is Prince Noctis’ vehicle used by Ignis, Noctis, Gladioulus and Promopto for their travels in and out of Eos, will be a DLC for Playground Games, Turn 10 Studios Microsoft Studios car racing video game Forza Horizon 3.

 

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How the DLC will be distrbuted among players

Beginning on 1st August 2017, Forza Horizon 3 and Final Fantasy XV players will be able to download and enjoy the Regalia in Forza Horizon 3 for free. The Regalia will be made available to everyone who has played Forza Horizon 3 (on Xbox One, Xbox One S, or Windows 10 PCs) and/or Final Fantasy XV (on Xbox One or Xbox One S) by 1st August 2017.

For Forza Horizon 3 players, the Regalia will be sent to all players and will be redeemable through the in-game messaging system. Final Fantasy XV players will receive a code to redeem the Regalia in Forza Horizon 3 via the Xbox Live messaging system*. (*not available in all markets).

 

When designing the Regalia, the developers at Square Enix drew inspiration from many real world vehicles including the Cadillac Ciel concept car and the Maybach Exelero.  In Forza Horizon 3 the Regalia is nearly 21 feet long and seven feet wide making it the ideal vehicle for cruising.  Its 7.2 litre supercharged V12 engine provides 536 hp and provides a truly unique racing experience.

 

 

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Date published: 01/08/17

Source: (1) Final Fantasy XV official YouTube

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