Final Fantasy XVI is getting two new paid DLCs, plus a free cosmetics update today

Final Fantasy XVI is getting two new paid DLC and a PC port alongside the free cosmetic update today.
Clive, Jill, and Torgal stand side by side with a house to their back
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The latest main entry into one of Square Enix’s most popular franchises, Final Fantasy XVI, has been a huge success for the developer. So much so that tonight during PAX West, Square announced that it would be releasing two new paid DLCs for the game later, with the game receiving a free update today to give players new cosmetic options for the characters.

This new information was revealed by Final Fantasy XVI producer Naoki Yoshida, who announced a free update before touching on two new paid story DLCs that will expand on the world of Valisthea and a PC port confirmed to be in development. Players can see the announcement from Yoshida in the video below, where the developer also shares his appreciation for the community so far.

A trailer for the free update today was shown before being posted on YouTube. It shows all the characters that will be included in the cosmetic options, so be warned of minor story spoilers. Players will also be able to customize Clive’s weapon to a variety of different skins.

This new information about the title was revealed at PAX West during an evening panel featuring some of the main characters from Final Fantasy XVI. When special announcements were said to be coming ahead of the panel, no one knew what to expect. However, this is likely to surpass many fans of the title, with new content confirmed for the future.

Christian Harrison

Christian Harrison

Christian Harrison is a writer and gamer, the latter he's been doing for the last two decades. When not working, he enjoys streaming the latest show or spending time with his family and friends. Contact: Christian@tryhardguides.com

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