Final Fantasy XV | Episode Ignis – Paris Games Week 2017 Trailer PS4 | [News]

PlayStation hosted a pre-show to their Paris Games Week, which was last month on the 30th of October 2017. The pre-show was a quick run down on some exclusive content and IP’s coming to PlayStation 4. The last DLC series from Square Enix was finally fully released that night for Final Fantasy XV Episode Ignis.

 

 

Episode Ignis features a new storyline campaign for Ignis Scientia battles on the streets of Altissia after the main story campaign when Noctis was knocked out unconscious after the Trial of Leviathan during the main storyline campaign. Players will be able to utilise Ignis’ spelldaggers which can be used with elemental properties, at their disposal, as well as his total clarity ability, which allows him to target multiple enemies at once, in one awesome simultaneous blast. 

Another important thing about this DLC is that Ignis will partner up with Ravus Nox Fleuret this DLC Episode Ignis will feature multiple endings and new music from Chrono Trigger composer Yasunori Mitsuda.

Episode Ignis is a pivotal part of the Final Fantasy XV story, this DLC will reveal what we missed during the main campaign, this is going to be epic to say the least I am anticipating great things with Final Fantasy XV and a lot more DLC’s and additional content. Sqaure Enix are keeping this game fresh for the Final Fantasy XV community. Expect to download episode Ignis December the 13th 2017 mark your calendars. !!!

 


Date published: 01/11/17

Written by: Joseph Opoku 

Source: (1) YouTube [PlayStation EU]  (2) Yasunori Mitsuda

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