"Final Fantasy XV" Chapter 13 is an offending part of the game to many players. Fortunately, Square Enix heeded the gamers' calls for a change and rolled out an update to modify and better the aberrant chapter.
Geek explained that "Final Fantasy XV" Chapter 13 is so unlike the rest of the game. The corridors the characters had to go through were narrow and the puzzles they had to solve did not exactly tickle gamers' brain cells. Furthermore, the stealthy parts and the survival-horror feel were awkward and did not match the atmosphere of the rest of the game. Square Enix received a lot of flak over this and finally, they sent out an update to remedy this.
"Final Fantasy XV" Chapter 13 is getting a facelift through updates 1.06 and 1.07. Both come at a steep price in hard disk space, as they eat up 5.6GB together. Nevertheless, fans of the Square Enix game get what they have been hankering for months with this chunky update. For one, the Japanese video game maker added cut scenes that would explain holes in the sub-plot. Through these revisions, players get to know how this particular chapter ties in with the rest of the game, Time wrote.
Square Enix did intend "Final Fantasy XV" Chapter 13 to be a breakaway, though. Hajime Tabata, the game director himself explained that. But at the same time, he also acknowledged the undue stress it caused gamers which led to their not-so-rosy responses to it. That is why they rolled out the gigantic updates to resolve the issue and give players a spruced-up gaming experience.
Aside from the "Final Fantasy XV" Chapter 13 reinvention, the updates by Square Enix also fixed some game bugs. Additionally, they also added some material that prepares the game for the coming of the Episode Gladiolus expansion. Players who want to know where Gladiolus disappeared to can do so if they purchase the content pack for $4.99.© 2019 Mstars News, All rights reserved. Do not reproduce without permission.