EntertainmentStation (via Siliconera ) reports Final Fantasy XV Director Hajime Tabata confirmed his team is working on a Bestiary for a future update in the game. Tabata told the publication, “There are plans. As for when it’ll release, please wait for further news.”
Hey, it’s a start! How the monster bestiary will work itself into the game is unclear, but we kind of enjoyed the monster arena in Final Fantasy X . It would be nice to some way to capitalize on the bestiary in Final Fantasy XV . Odds are this feature would help to make various sidequests and hunts easier, and completionists always love a Bestiary.
Speaking of DLC, Tabata outlined Square Enix’s goals for additional Final Fantasy XV content back in December. Check out the Short, Mid, and Long term goals for the Final Fantasy XV updates below. Short-term goals “First, we will update the experience of Chapter 13’s gameplay. For that reason, we are undertaking many enhancements such as increasing the power of the ring’s magic. We will inform you of the details of updated content at a later time.” Mid-term goals
“Updating the production of the second half of the game, further enhancing the experience of the story. For example, we are planning to add event scenes where “What happened to Ravus?” was from. In addition to the event scenes, voice responses and localization work to all languages will occur so we will work firmly on this as a mid-term goal. Details of the plan will be announced once it’s decided.”
“We will make it possible to use important characters that appeared in the main game as playable characters. We will also consider adding an avatar system to create original characters. In addition to this, we will continue to actively update so that various players can enjoy Final Fantasy XV for a long time.”
Final Fantasy XV is available now for Xbox One and PlayStation 4.