Final Fantasy XV, the latest entry in the series released last year on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, has had a very troubled development, and, as such, a lot of content had to be removed or streamlined to release the game on time. The second half of the game is filled with locations that cannot be explored normally, but some players have managed to do so thanks to a glitch.
In a new Final Fantasy XV video, YouTube user Caelum Rabanastre XII/XV shows how it's possible to explore by using the Armiger glitch, which has also been used to explore other locations of the second half of the game.
With the game missing quite a bit of content, director Hajime Tabata and his team have been working hard to introduce new Final Fantasy XV features constantly. The latest update introduced new Chapter 13 content as well as new features. Another update launching next week will introduce a new PlayStation 4 Pro mode as well as more features.
Addition of Chapter 13, Verse 2 (alternate route featuring Gladiolus)
Enhancement of Arcana spells (Alterna, Holy, Death)
Announcement of winning snapshots from first photo contest (viewable at Takka’s Pit Stop in Hammerhead)
Temporary conclusion of Timed Quests (will resume at a later date)
Addition of two pieces from “Episode Gladiolus” downloadable content to music player tracklist
Addition of compatibility with “Episode Gladiolus” downloadable content
Various gameplay enhancements
Various bug fixes
Updated saves will not work on former versions of the game
Final Fantasy XV is now out on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.