Last year, Square Enix declared that it would leave only one out the four planned downloadable contents for Final Fantasy XV and published it the following year, which means it had decided to drop 75% of the pack.

The downloadable contents were part of Square Enix’s plan to prolong Final Fantasy XV. Plus, the contents had already been planned all the way to mid-2019, which probably means that Square Enix would not let the series end, ever.

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Episode Ardyn survived the cancellation

Before that statement was made, fans had been informed in April, 2018 that they might expect a total of four episodes including Ardyn, Aranea, Luna, and Noctis, which was supposed to shed some light on the future of FFXV. Now, only Ardyn has the chance to be published.

The remaining episode is scheduled to be out on the 26th of March with an unexpected bonus, which is a book called Final Fantasy XV: The Dawn of the Future.

The novel has already been planned to be released in Japan this April and Square Enix has announced that they had the intention to bring the book to the world. Apart from the novel, Final Fantasy XV: The Dawn of the Future Celebration Box also has an art booklet and a Blu-ray anime prologue of Episode Ardyn.

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The Celebration Box comes with a prologue

Another piece of news that was declared along with Square Enix’s dropping most of the content was the departure of Hajime Tabata, who replaced Tetsuya Nomura as the director in 2013. Other announcements included a Final Fantasy XIV’s crossover and Final Fantasy XV’s multiplayer expansion pack.

Final Fantasy XV is a RPG released in 2016 and was compatible with PlayStation4 and Xbox One. Two years later, it was out for Microsoft Windows too.  The game is based on a virtual world at which players have the freedom to roam around and explore. The downloadable content is to further expand the gameplay.