Final Fantasy XV PS4 Pro Patch Brings 60 FPS This Month

Final Fantasy XV PS4 Pro Patch Brings 60 FPS This Month

Square Enix is planning to make good on its promise to bring 60 FPS FFXV to Pro owners.

This morning via the Active Time Report (translated via Gematsu), Square Enix announced some upcoming updates to Final Fantasy XV. The first is the patch coming on February 21, adding full PlayStation 4 Pro support and the promised 60 FPS mode. Square Enix notes that the mode won't be a locked 60 FPS, but the game will target the framerate.

The February patch will also increase your photo capacity from 150 to 200, and raise the level cap to 200. There will be a music player added so you can listen to tunes while riding your Chocobo and new limited time Hunts.

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The next patch comes on March 28 and is focused on beefing up Chapter 13. The chapter will be enhanced and players will be able to play as Gladiolus for a period of time. This is also when Episode: Gladiolus will launch for those who either purchase it or have the Season Pass.

Tabata also discussed other planned DLC and future additions to the game. One mode will finally allow players to free drive the Regalia around the open-world. In the base game, the luxury car that Noctis and his crew ride around in is stuck on the road. Unable to go anywhere interesting. Soon though, you'll be able to ride free.

Square Enix will also be removing the Platinum Demo from PlayStation Network and Xbox Live on March 31. If you care about it, get it while you can!

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Mike Williams

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M.H. Williams is new to the journalism game, but he's been a gamer since the NES first graced American shores. Third-person action-adventure games are his personal poison: Uncharted, Infamous, and Assassin's Creed just to name a few. If you see him around a convention, he's not hard to spot: Black guy, glasses, and a tie.

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