For those of you who have been playing Final Fantasy XV for these last few months, you will know it is a vast game but a video has now emerged that shows it could have been, or possibly will be, even bigger!
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For those of you who have been playing Final Fantasy XV for these last few months, you will know it is a vast game but a video has now emerged that shows it could have been, or possibly will be, even bigger!

A video has surfaced from Youtube user Fotm Hero which shows the player exploring parts of the already large map that are usually inaccessible. Using a glitch that allows the player to go out of bounds, the hour long video starts in Cartanica and moves to Eusciello, Pagla, and Tenebrae.

As you can see from the footage above, the later areas cannot be fully loaded so only the first area has any real significance at this point. The video description explains this before explaining why the other zones are not fully loaded:

“Only the area around Cartanica is fully loaded, that’s why it’s well detailed compared to the rest. To access the other zones, I had to avoid an infinite loading screen, so those areas aren’t loaded.”

So far, no information has been officially released as to why these areas are in the game at all. It could be a case of the areas originally having a purpose but being cut before release or could be DLC related. Square Enix have already outlined plans for DLC and hinted that each of the secondary party characters will get their own, starting with Gladiolus, so it is possible these areas will be a part of this.

Square Enix announced this week that the digital and shipment sales for Final Fantasy XV have now exceeded six million units. It’s not surprising with those numbers that players would find some areas that they were perhaps not supposed to.

How do you feel about the video? Do you think these areas were never meant to be seen or do you think they will be coming along with the DLC? Let us know in the comments section below!

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