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Final Fantasy XV‘s controversial thirteenth chapter has now been addressed with the release of updates 1.06 and 1.07.

The update introduces Chapter 13, Verse 2 to the game, which includes an alternative route through the chapter that features Gladio. There’s also an increase in power of the three Arcana spells (Alterna, Holy, Death), and two new music tracks from the Episode Gladiolus DLC.

Take a look at the full patch notes below:

Version 1.07

  • Various bug fixes

Version 1.06

  • Addition of Chapter 13, Verse 2 (alternate route featuring Gladiolus)
  • Enhancement of Arcana spells (Alterna, Holy, Death)
  • Announcement of winning snapshots from first photo contest (viewable at Takka’s Pit Stop in Hammerhead)
  • Temporary conclusion of Timed Quests (will resume at a later date)
  • Addition of two pieces from “Episode Gladiolus” downloadable content to music player tracklist
  • Addition of compatibility with “Episode Gladiolus” downloadable content
  • Various gameplay enhancements
  • Various bug fixes
  • Updated saves will not work on former versions of the game

This update will be followed by the release of the game’s first story DLC, Episode Gladiolus, on March 28th. The DLC picks up events after the group’s encounter with Ravus and sees Gladio leave the group to train alongside Cor and become even more powerful.

Final Fantasy XV is available now on Xbox One and PlayStation 4.

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Final Fantasy XV’s Chapter 13 update is now live

A new update is now available for Final Fantasy XV that makes changes to the game's thirteenth chapter.

By Matthew Bennett | 03/27/2017 06:02 AM PT

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Final Fantasy XV‘s controversial thirteenth chapter has now been addressed with the release of updates 1.06 and 1.07.

The update introduces Chapter 13, Verse 2 to the game, which includes an alternative route through the chapter that features Gladio. There’s also an increase in power of the three Arcana spells (Alterna, Holy, Death), and two new music tracks from the Episode Gladiolus DLC.

Take a look at the full patch notes below:

Version 1.07

  • Various bug fixes

Version 1.06

  • Addition of Chapter 13, Verse 2 (alternate route featuring Gladiolus)
  • Enhancement of Arcana spells (Alterna, Holy, Death)
  • Announcement of winning snapshots from first photo contest (viewable at Takka’s Pit Stop in Hammerhead)
  • Temporary conclusion of Timed Quests (will resume at a later date)
  • Addition of two pieces from “Episode Gladiolus” downloadable content to music player tracklist
  • Addition of compatibility with “Episode Gladiolus” downloadable content
  • Various gameplay enhancements
  • Various bug fixes
  • Updated saves will not work on former versions of the game

This update will be followed by the release of the game’s first story DLC, Episode Gladiolus, on March 28th. The DLC picks up events after the group’s encounter with Ravus and sees Gladio leave the group to train alongside Cor and become even more powerful.

Final Fantasy XV is available now on Xbox One and PlayStation 4.

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About Matthew Bennett

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Matt is one of the longest-serving members of the EGMNOW team. An ability to go many hours without sleep and a quick wit make him ideal for his role as associate editor at EGMNOW.com. He often thinks back to the days when the very idea of this career seemed like nothing but an impossible dream. Find him on Twitter @mattyjb89