The Minecraft Final Fantasy XV Skin Pack Turns the Beautiful Boys into Blocky Boys

The Minecraft Final Fantasy XV Skin Pack Turns the Beautiful Boys into Blocky Boys

Final Fantasy XV's protagonists no longer have hands, or fingers, or functioning organs, but they're too proud to plead for death.

For all of you who told Final Fantasy XV to ease off with the crazy property cross-overs around the time Valve dropped the Half-Life Gordon Freeman Noctis skin for the game, Final Fantasy XV has one message for you: "Can't stop, won't stop." Final Fantasy XV has yet another franchise crossover up its sleeve, and it's one I'm honestly surprised we didn't see earlier: A crossover with Minecraft.

A brand-new skin pack for Minecraft lets you dress up the game's blocky denizens as a host of Final Fantasy XV characters, from the obvious (Final Fantasy XV's Four Beautiful Boy protagonists) to popular NPCs (Cid, Cindy), to some surprise appearances (Kenny Crow?).

"Put that camera away, Prompto. We're monsters."

Resetera member "AlexFlame116" posted screenshots of the PlayStation 4 iteration of the skin pack, which arrived with Minecraft's 1.68 update. It's is currently only available in select territories, including Australia's PlayStation Store. Microsoft probably gave the pack to Australia first as a way saying "Sorry y'all have to live alongside taipan snakes." That's a nice gesture. Don't worry: We probably won't have to wait long before the pack comes to North America.

The Australian price for the Final Fantasy XV skin pack is listed as $4.85 AUD, which is roughly $3.99 USD. That's a standard price for a Minecraft skin pack. If you ever aim to acquire a human skin pack, be prepared to pay a much higher price.

Square-Enix has kept Final Fantasy XV fresh in everyone's minds by adding a steady stream of content to the game. We've had time to write up tons of tips, tricks, and guides for Final Fantasy XV, so be sure to check them out.

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Nadia Oxford

Staff Writer

Nadia has been writing about games for so long, only the wind and the rain (or the digital facsimiles thereof) remember her true name. She's written for Nerve,, Gamepro, IGN, 1UP, PlayStation Official Magazine, and other sites and magazines that sling words about video games. She co-hosts the Axe of the Blood God podcast, where she mostly screams about Dragon Quest.

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