Why play as the sullen goth Noctis when you could lead your band of buddies as Gordon Freeman, crowbar at the ready?
It's good that Square Enix have followed through with this promise, as Final Fantasy XV is a game that can only be improved by turning Ignis into Thomas the Tank Engine.
Final Fantasy XV Mod Tools Now Available
Those interested can download the Mod Organizer from here. You'll find keyblades from Kingdom Hearts, The Monado from Xenoblade Chronicles, and.er.a headless version of your companion Prompto that you can now whack enemies with. If you have an asset you would like to share with the rest of the Final Fantasy XV Steam community, the Mod Organizer is here to help. According to the publisher, this tool allows you to convert your assets into mod data and incorporate them into the game world.
The Final Fantasy 15 Steam Workshop is already filled with cool retextures that let you change your appearance and weapons into all insane sort of stuff. Thanks to the Mod Organizer, you can create either a custom cosmetic skin for a weapon or a unique weapon with its own stats.More news: Pistons Plan Further Conversations With Dwane Casey, John Beilein, Ime Udoka
If you're anything like me and you just want to see some silly mods, take it away on the Steam Workshop.
The tool is called Mod Organizer, and it's available to download now through either Steam or, for the Origin and Windows Store versions of the game, directly from the official site.More news: Vieira quits New York City FC for Nice job
It seems Square Enix have finally launched the previously promised modding tools for Final Fantasy XV, letting its player-base toy and tinker with new models, weapons, and costumes. Perhaps we can look forward to one of your creations in the workshop.More news: Jaguar Land Rover moves Discovery production to Slovakia