Earlier in the month, Square Enix announced a
season pass for Final Fantasy XV‘s upcoming DLC. The core game itself is said to take 40-50 hours (without collecting everything), but Square Enix has announced six DLC packs (which will let you play as other characters) already, and according to director Hajime Tabata, there will likely be more.
Speaking with popular Japanese publication Famitsu, Tabata revealed that the six DLC packs we’ve already heard about are the ones that Square Enix will “certainly” do, but there are plans for more. Everything that has been announced so far will be covered by the season pass, but future updates will probably cost you extra.
“That won’t be all. The ones that we’ve announced are the ones were decided that we’ll certainly do. Should we decide on DLC that isn’t included in the Season Pass that is currently selling, then that’s how it’ll be. Although there are still many parts that are uncertain.”
— Hajime Tabata
Tabata also clarified that the season pass and other forms of DLC are separate from the
Final Fantasy VR experience. Before focusing on either, Tabata and his team plan to finish polishing the core game.