Final Fantasy 15 (or Final Fantasy XV) has been a long time coming. Starting life as a spin-off in the Fabula Nova Crystallis series around a decade ago, a combination of scale, ambition and protracted development saw it morph into a fully-fledged entry in the series.
In Final Fantasy 15 Regalia upgrades are not necessarily essential - especially when you use fast travel or pick up the flying car upgrade in the later stages, or get to grips with your Chocobo to flee across the world - but will feel that way if you're a completionist.
The Final Fantasy 15 1.13 update follows on from the Episode Prompto and off-road car updates in June, introducing new gear and systems to incite you back into the sprawling open-world role-playing game.
Final Fantasy 15 Scraps of Mystery is the closest thing the game has to collectibles. Hidden around the world are 14 'mysterious scraps', and collecting one will put a new sidequest into your log, pointing you to the location of a map fragment.
Though you have several modes of transportation available to you - from Chocobos and even a flying car - you'll be spending a lot of the game on foot, so expect to do a lot of running as you go from mission to mission.
The first major piece of add-on content for Final Fantasy 15 takes the form of Episode Gladiolus, a spin-off episode centered around the titular character as he faces a trial to help him become a worthy protector of Noct.
The Final Fantasy 15 Vyv quests have you running around Eos taking snaps to give you a pretty hefty profit.
Final Fantasy 15's Chocobos become pretty much essential as you start to seriously explore the game's open world. While the trusted Regelia will help you get from major location to location, and the infinite sprint trick will help you cover ground in the short term, if you want to seriously get out into the wilderness at once pace - while being able to avoid enemies easier at the same time - we'd recommend renting a Chocobo.
The Final Fantasy 15 Type-D off-road car is one of many free post-release updates introduced to the huge open-world role-playing game following its release in late 2016.
Coming as part of update 1.12 alongside the release of Episode Prompto, it fixes a common complaint from launch - why can't you take the Regalia off-road?
The way you get the monster truck upgrade is very simple, and the restrictions on where you can go are surprisingly few in number - so consider it a viable alternative to your trusty Chocobo.
You first meet Dino in Final Fantasy 15 very early in the course of the story, but returning to him later opens up a series of fetch quests. The first few are pretty simple - head for the marker, locate the ore he's after, and return to him - but the last one is beat left until after you've finished the main story.
Final Fantasy 15 Episode Prompto is the second of four major pieces of add-on content for Square's open-world role-playing game, centering on the fan-favourite photographer and gives us an opportunity to learn more about his backstory.
Adamantoise in Final Fantasy 15 is one of the biggest trials you'll face, but not necessarily because of it's challenge. The mountain-sized creature has a huge amount of HP, and is a war of attrition to vanquish.
The Professor's Protege is one of Final Fantasy 15's many optional quests, and one that might be familiar to anyone who played the Episode Duscae demo.
Final Fantasy 15 dungeons are some of the most challenging parts of the game. Whether it's the Tombs you'll encounter as part of the main story, or the optional end-game locations you can stumble upon in the open world, each others a maze of corridors, tough enemies and by the end of it, an Armiger upgrade or a powerful new items. (Or at the very least, a ton of EXP you can cash in for later).
In Final Fantasy 15 Gil - the franchise's form of currency - returns, and despite Noctis being a member of royalty, doesn't come by easily.
You're given several means of transportation in Final Fantasy 15's sizeable open world - such as by road on your trusty Regalia to Chocobos - but you can also go by air, too.
Final Fantasy 15 Timed Quests changed a few times over the course of 2017, evolving from a ranking system to a series of daily activities to unlock with exclusive rewards.
Accumulating EXP in Final Fantasy 15 is one of the most important things to help you in battle. Though AP is significant in giving you vital new abilities and boosts, it's through EXP (or experience points) and levelling up where your party will increase their better stats, allowing them to take on more powerful enemies, deal out more damage and survive longer.
While experience points are vital as with any role-playing game, in Final Fantasy 15 AP is perhaps all the more important for the new skills and abilities they will bestow upon your party.
The Final Fantasy 15 Moogle Chocobo Carnival was the first major update to the late 2016 open-world RPG, and is something more akin to an MMO than a single-player game; a goofy redressing of an entire city based on two of Final Fantasy's most treasured mascots, fleshed out with mini-games and exclusive items to find for only one month before it disappears again.