Final Fantasy 15 Comrades DLC Receiving Another Closed Test on August 11th

Final Fantasy 15 Comrades DLC Receiving Another Closed Test on August 11th

Final Fantasy XV started as a single-player game, but Square Enix has already began its transition into an online multiplayer. You won't level up, and you can access only a few locations, as well as a few weapons.

In addition to the combat system, another great selling point for Final Fantasy XV Comrades is the extensive character customization tool.

To try the beta version, you need the full game, as well as a season pass and membership to PlayStation Plus or Xbox Live Gold, depending on the console you own.

Square Enix announced the news, stating another "closed online test" for the DLC on August 11th and 13th and this will coincide with an update that will "improve matchmaking". There will only be a small sample of what will be available during the closed beta however.

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Players who are thinking of buying the Season Pass just to be able to participate in the Final Fantasy XV multiplayer beta can still do so for $24.99. One of the popular theories is that players can acquire points or currency that will allow them to unlock more cosmetic items to further customize their characters.

The fans are indeed thrilled to hear the announcement as it does seem like Square Enix is listening instead of letting the closed beta be in the state it was when it first launched.

The beta for 'Comrades, ' as the multiplayer mode is known, seems to be garnering lots of positive impressions about its gameplay, with most criticism focusing on technical issues such as connectivity and matchmaking.

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