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The 'Final Fantasy XV' season pass includes six DLC packs

For an additional $25, you can upgrade to include various packs of digital content.
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Final Fantasy XV is hurtling toward a finalized release date of September 30th for both Xbox One and PlayStation 4, so there's still plenty of time left to decide what console you want to play on and which edition you're going to purchase.

If you've yet to put any money down on the release, you might want to consider going digital going forward, as Square Enix has announced the Digital Premium Edition and Season Pass upgrade available for preorder today, which contains access to six additional packs of digital content.

The Digital Premium Edition of Final Fantasy XV will come with the six different DLC packages: the Booster Pack, Episode Gladio, Holiday Pack, Episode Ignis, Episode Prompto and a less interestingly-named Expansion Pack. All of these, Square Enix notes, are working titles at present, so they're subject to change.

Additionally, there are different items available for players depending on the console chosen for preorder. For instance, Xbox One buys will receive a Noctis male and female costume for avatars as well as a Carbuncle pet prop. In addition, PlayStation 4 buyers will get a Final Fantasy XV "Big Bang" theme in addition to a Digital Mini Sound Track and a Digital Premium Edition Original Theme.

If you're looking to pick up the Final Fantasy XV Digital Premium Edition, the entire package will cost you $84.99. If all you need to do is upgrade, you can do so for $24.99 to grab those six additional DLC packs.

Via: Gamasutra
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