FFXV How to Start Episode Ignis DLC

Final Fantasy XV Episode Ignis has started rolling out slowly. The DLC will give you more details on what Ignis has been up to off-camera. Considering what happened to Ignis in the base game, it should be pretty interesting to see what happened to him. You know what I’m taking about. So, to help you out, let’s see how to start Episode Ignis FFXV DLC.

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FFXV How to Start Episode Ignis DLC
FFXV How to Start Episode Ignis DLC

Where to Download Episode Ignis DLC?

You’ll be able to download the FFXV Episode Ignis DLC in your respective game store. Of course, you’ll have to make sure that the store has been updated with the new content. If the Episode Ignis DLC hasn’t appeared yet, close it and try again later. Of course, don’t forget to search the store for the content. Once you find Episode Ignis, hit Download, and just wait it out. Make sure to have enough room on your hard drive. The DLC isn’t that big. On the PlayStation 4, it takes up 4.6 GB.

How to Begin Episode Ignis DLC?

Once you’re done installing the FFXV Episode Ignis DLC, fire the game up. If everything went well, the game will let you know that bonus content has been unlocked. From the main menu, select the Downloadable Content option. The next menu will take you to the selection screen of all the Final Fantasy XV DLC you already own. Simply select Episode Ignis, and you’ll be good to go.

As with Episode Gladiolus and Episode Prompto, the Ignis you’ll be playing as isn’t the same Ignis from the ending of the base Final Fantasy XV. As a result, your stats will be adjusted appropriately. The DLC will explore the story of the loyal butler in greater detail, expanding the story further. In other news, the new FFXV update introduced the option to switch between characters in combat. If you’re not sure how, check out our FFXV Character Swap – How to Play as Prompto, Gladiolus, Ignis article.

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