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Final Fantasy XV Update 1.26 Brings In The Much-Awaited Crossover Play with Terra Wars, New Extended Trailer Also Released

Square Enix has finally released the much-awaited update for Final Fantasy XV. The new update 1.26 brings in Crossover play with Hironobu Sakagachi’s Terra Wars.


The Crossover play was announced at Tokyo Game Show 2018 by Square Enix. Now the update with Crossover play and a lot of other great things has finally landed on the consoles and PC. Along with the new info menu that’s added to the title screen, players will now be treated to a totally new Single-player quest-line. This new quest-line will crossover with Terra Wars. It will be playable during the chapter 5 only.

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As part of the new update 1.26 for Final Fantasy XV, new Crossover content includes various cosmetic items and new music tracks. The Comrades ad music tracks are also added for Regalia’s radio. Regalia’s radio is added from the Shadow of the Tomb Raider and a mobile game title called DJ Nobunaga.

In addition, with the release of the new update 1.26 for Final Fantasy XV, Square Enix has also released a new extended trailer for the game. The new extended trailer features the character of Sara from Terra Wars. Terra Wars is an upcoming smartphone video game by Hironobu Sakaguchi. Check out the new extended trailer for Final Fantasy XV Crossover play feature.

For all those who don’t know, Final Fantasy XV was initially released on PS4 and Xbox One back in 2016. Later on, it made its way to the PC this year. The game is available to play on all these major gaming platforms.

If you need to know more about the game, head over to Final Fantasy XV Square Enix website.

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Final Fantasy XV Update 1.26 Brings In The Much-Awaited Crossover Play with Terra Wars, New Extended Trailer Also Released
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