Final Fantasy XV will be getting yet another free update according to Nova Crystalis. This new update will add “additional features” for the Playstation 4 Pro, including a new game mode which allows for the game to have a “stable frame rate and comfortable play.” Finally Fantasy XV was patched in February to support the PS4 Pro but the update was criticized for reportedly making the game perform worse under a few certain circumstances. This update aims to fix these issues and hopefully end the criticism they received from the initial patch. In addition to the improvements for the PS4 Pro, the update also gives players the ability to magnify subtitles and adjust the menu screen size.
“Additionally, subtitles and menu screen size can now be magnified. Timed quests will also start up again, along with a ranking system. Extravagant weapons can be obtained from them. Furthermore, a new sticker has been added for Regalia customization, along with new music for the music player.” That’s not all the update does, either. More details of the update are outline in this report from Nova Crystalis (via NeoGAF):
The new Final Fantasy XV update will go live April 27th, presumably for both Playstation 4 and Xbox One. Final Fantasy XV launched back in November 2016 for both consoles, and went on to ship more than 6 million copies. At the game developers conference, Square Enix showed a Final Fantasy XV tech demo running on PC, but this does not mean the game is confirmed for the new platform.