Final Fantasy XV has certainly received its share of bizarre DLC, from Power Rangers-like combat suits to a Cup Noodle hat, but one of the most unexpected additions to the game is the Assassin’s Festival, a limited-time event themed after Ubisoft’s Assassin’s Creed series. The event has been running on PS4 and Xbox One since last August, but those who’ve yet to participate in it only have a few more days to do so.
The Assassin’s Festival is scheduled to conclude on January 31, making this your last opportunity to take part in the event and earn Assassin’s Creed-themed items. Like the Moogle Chocobo Carnvial, the Assassin’s Festival is free for all players to participate in and is a self-contained mode that’s accessed from the main menu. Along with quests and mini-games, the Assassin’s Festival adds gameplay elements from the Assassin’s Creed series to Final Fantasy XV, such as stealth segments and the ability to perform a Leap of Faith.
In addition to the Assassin’s Creed-themed mini-games and quests, players can earn Medjay’s Assassin’s Robes for all four of their party members from the event. Those who received a Dream Egg will also be able to unlock Master Assassin’s Robes for main character Noctis. However, the Dream Egg could only be obtained from the aforementioned Moogle Chocobo Carnival, which ended back in September.
Final Fantasy XV is available now for PS4 and Xbox One and will release for PC via Steam this year; however, PC players will miss out on the Assassin’s Festival event, as the Windows Edition is scheduled to arrive March 6. In addition to the base adventure, the PC version will come with all of the DLC included in the game’s season pass, as well as a new dungeon, vehicle, and boss fights. Square Enix is also bundling that content together for PS4 and Xbox One in the Final Fantasy XV: Royal Edition, which likewise releases on March 6.