Today, Square Enix has announced new content for Final Fantasy XV. It was there that the teams behind Assassin's Creed and Final Fantasy expressed respect and appreciation for each other's work. First on August 30, Final Fantasy 15 players who own the Dream Egg from the Moogle Chocobo Carnival will see an Assassin-themed outfit for Noctis.
The Assassin's Creed-Final Fantasy crossover began after an informal meeting almost three years ago at Tokyo Game Show, in which developers from both franchises praised each others' work.
While the Final Fantasy 15 Assassin's Creed content will become available on August 31, if you can't pick it up immediately you don't have to worry.
Following earlier reports that Assassin's Creed: Origins will feature multiple player characters, the identity of the first alternative characters has been revealed. If you have not gotten the Dream Egg yet, you have until the carnival ends on September 30 to obtain it. Eurogamer has a guide for the carnival if you need help getting the Egg.
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Final Fantasy XV's big week of announcements keeps on delivering, and this time it's a cross over that not many (if any) could have predicted.
Final Fantasy 15 has gotten a lot of DLC already, but you probably weren't expecting this latest one.
A surprise that seemingly came out of nowhere, an Assassin's Creed and Final Fantasy XV crossover is happening. In the blog there's also a quote from Ashraf Ismail who is the game director at Ubisoft Montreal. According to the publisher, players will have the chance to participate in a limited time event, which will feature featuring gameplay elements similar to one of Ubisoft's most profitable intellectual properties.
While Assassin's Creed: Origins, the next mainline Assassin's Creed game, still isn't going to be coming until October 27, this new DLC should provide at least a bit of a fix until gamers can pick up Assassin's Creed: Origins for yourself.