PlayStation Slashes Price Of Final Fantasy 16 To Celebrate DLC Announement

Despite previously leading fans to believe Final Fantasy 16 might not get any DLC, Square Enix went ahead and confirmed it’ll actually be getting two lots of additional content. News on what exactly those two packs will be dropped at The Game Awards, the first batch – Echoes of the Fallen – launching immediately and available to buy and download right now. Provided you already own the base game, of course, and it’s now available for a far lower price than usual.


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If Final Fantasy 16 is one of the games you let pass by in favor of the countless other releases in 2023, there’s never been a better time to go back and catch up on it. Usually $69.99, the latest game in the long-running Final Fantasy series is now just $41.99, and you don’t have that long to take advantage of the deal. Live on the PlayStation Store right now through the link below, Final Fantasy 16 will return to full price on Monday, December 11.

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An action RPG from Square Enix Creative Business Unit III, Final Fantasy 16 takes place in the world of Valisthea. As Clive Rosfield, First Shield of Rosaria, you embark on a quest to find your missing younger brother.

Echoes of the Fallen, the first of Final Fantasy 16’s DLC, is available to buy and play right now. Taking place before the end of the base game, Clive and the gang discover a new crystal, one none of them has ever encountered before. There are a handful of side quests you will need to have completed before you can play through the DLC, the details of which you can find in the Square Enix blog post, the link for which you can find in the tweet below.

If you know you’ll be playing the second part of Final Fantasy 16’s DLC in 2024 – The Rising Tide – then the Expansion pass, which includes both parts of the game’s additional content, is also available now. The Rising Tide promises to be even bigger than Echoes of the Fallen, putting you back in Clive’s shoes as he discovers an Eikon many players noted due to its absence in the base game.

A lot for Final Fantasy fans to be excited about through the end of 2023 and into 2024. Not only do we now have more Final Fantasy 16 stuff to be getting on with, and another expansion to look forward to, but a new trailer for Final Fantasy 7 Rebirth premiered at The Game Awards. A welcome reminder that it launches on February 29, 2024, and is available to pre-order now.

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