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William D’Angelo
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Square Enix announced The Rising Tide DLC for Final Fantasy XVI will launch on April 18 for $19.99 / 2,420 yen. It is also available as part of the Expansion Pass.

View the trailer of the DLC below:

Read details on The Rising Tide DLC below:

An unmarked letter arrives at the hideaway containing a request most curious: the Dominant of Leviathan, long lost Eikon of Water, is in need of rescue.

To heed this call, Clive and his companions must journey to Mysidia—a hidden land under a blue sky—where they will uncover the tragic history of a forgotten people.

A New Ally: Shula

An invaluable ally on Clive’s journey to rescue Leviathan’s Dominant.

A New Area: Mysidia

Deep within a sea of darkness, sanctuary exists for those who know where to look—a lost oasis untouched by the ever-encroaching Blight. It is beneath her emerald boughs that both man and beast have found their final haven.

New Abilities: Leviathan

Tame the tides and drown your enemies both near and far with the terrible might of the Eikon of Water.

—Leviathan’s Eikonic Feat: Serpent’s Cry

Summon onto Clive’s off arm a sea-spitting serpent capable of attacking enemies at great distances (using Triangle and Square).

New End Game Content: Kairos Gate

  • Unlock this challenging new mode after completing both “The Rising Tide” and the main game scenarios.
  • Fight your way through 20 stages, each one growing more difficult.
  • Earn points during battle and use them to upgrade Clive. Maximize battle performance to earn more points.
  • Find new materials and weapons at the end of each stage.
  • Aim for a spot on the global leaderboard.

But That’s Not All

After obtaining the power of all the Eikons, something happens to Clive.

Free Update Version 1.30

  • Return to a quest giver immediately with a new “Quick Complete” function.
  • Icons updated for important character quests.
  • New Skill Set feature allows you to save up to five unique Feat and Ability sets.
  • Abilities and Accessories adjusted to make easier to use.
  • New controller type allows for customizable button layouts.
  • Tone correction, screen effects, and more added to Photo Mode.
  • Approximately 40 new orchestrion rolls added.

A life-long and avid gamer, William D’Angelo was first introduced to VGChartz in 2007. After years of supporting the site, he was brought on in 2010 as a junior analyst, working his way up to lead analyst in 2012 and taking over the hardware estimates in 2017. He has expanded his involvement in the gaming community by producing content on his own YouTube channel and Twitch channel. You can contact the author on Twitter @TrunksWD.

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