• Final Fantasy XV is an action-RPG video game developed by Square Enix for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One consoles.

Final Fantasy XV is an action-RPG video game developed by Square Enix for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One consoles. (Photo : Facebook/Final Fantasy XV)

New details for "Final Fantasy XV" will feature episode 3 of "Brotherhood: Final Fantasy XV" anime at Japan Expo, new DLCs and game demo for the sequel.

Square Enix showcased a new Active Time Report for "Final Fantasy XV" which features more gameplay mechanics and upcoming DLCs for the sequel. For starters new weapons were revealed such as the Gae Bolg Spear from "Final Fantasy XIV", the Blaze Fire Saber used by Lightning in "Final Fantasy XIII", the Mage Masher from "Final Fantasy IX" and an original Masamune sword for the game.

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The Gae Blog Spear will be available in Amazon Japan, while the Blaze Fire Saber is available in 7-Eleven and 7-Net Shopping. The Mage Masher will be available at the Square Enix E-store and the Masamune will be available as a First Print and early download bonus for the sequel.

Aside from new weapons, "Final Fantasy XV" will also feature new skins for Regalia from the game's "Cindy", "Golden Chocobo", "Platinum Leviathan" and "Pixel Character" editions. Lasly, there is also a bonus costume for "FFXV's" protagonist Noctis as he sports a black elegant suit wiithin the game, and it is available in the "Deluxe" and "Ultimate Collector's" editions, Gematsu reported.

In other news, Square Enix announced that air date form episode 3 of "Brotherhood: Final Fantasy XV" anime as the Japanese developers will be attending this year's Japan Expo event on July 7.

Episode 3 of "Brotherhood: Final Fantasy XV" will focus this time on Gladiolus as previous episodes revealed more of Noctis and Prompto's past lives before the events of the game.

Aside from episode 3' air date announcement, Square Enix will also showcase a new game demo for "Final Fantasy XV" at Gamescom 2016 and a day 1 patch update for the sequel, WCCFTech reported.

Previous reports revealed that Square Enix will likely have "Final Fantasy XV" ported ot the upgraded consoles such as the PS4 Neo and Xbox Scorpio, as well as the PC platform soon.

The sequel will also have numerous side quests and "monster subjugation missions" in order to earn money within "Final Fantasy XV". Tabata stated that main story will take only 40-50 hours to finish and the side quest and activities will give an additional 100 hours, resulting to 200 hours of game time. Camping in "Final Fantasy XV" will have each character gain their XP for the day and level up in unlock skills and abilities

"Final Fantasy XV" will launch on Sept. 30 for the PS4 and Xbox One consoles.