Ubisoft made a rather surprisingly announcement today, revealing a new team up with Square Enix to bring Assassin's Creed Origins-themed DLC to Final Fantasy 15. Of course this Festival wouldn't be complete without some additional themed items, including another outfit from Assassin's Creed, as well as abilities enabling Noctis to act like a character the AC franchise. It looks like the whole town is in on the gag, as the main metropolis of Lestallum is celebrating this most murderous of holidays.
"Master Assassin's Robes" for Noctis via the "Dream Egg", which is obtained from the Moogle Chocobo Carnival that is now ongoing and will end in late September. He says, "This collaboration is the result of being huge fans". In case players missed obtaining the Dream Egg, the Moogle Chocobo Carnival event is once again taking place for a limited time, running until the end of September.
Starting on Thursday, August 31st, 2017 until Wednesday, January 31st, 2018 Final Fantasy XV players will have access to this timed-event, which will feature gameplay elements from Ubisoft's action-adventure franchise.
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Final Fantasy 15 has gotten a lot of DLC already, but you probably weren't expecting this latest one.
They have also called upon you, the fans, to use your eagle vision and see if you can spot hidden Easter Eggs within the Assassin's Creed Origins E3 announcement trailer and the Gamescom cinematic trailer, which subtly signalled the impending crossover. In the blog there's also a quote from Ashraf Ismail who is the game director at Ubisoft Montreal.
There has been no word yet what Assassin's Creed Origins will do to pay homage to Final Fantasy XV.
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