Those of you who have finished Final Fantasy XV already and are looking for ways to kill time with the game until some new DLC comes out, congratulations: you might have just found it. Fotm Hero has posted a video detailing the locales players are able to reach through the use of out-of-bounds glitches in Final Fantasy XV. These areas, being located as they are, serve no function in the game and provide no additional content. They just sit there in all their barren and low-resolution glory. But hey, that doesn’t lessen the pleasure of breaking the game, right? It’s an hour-long video, so use the provided timestamps in the description to skip through as you please.
The first unused Final Fantasy XV area, Cartanica, is by far the most finished of the locations. It even has vehicles actively chugging along the road. For not being used in the main game, it comes pretty close, at least until Noctis leaves it behind and starts exploring the outskirts. Man, the prince is in really good shape for having jogged all that way. The next major location is Eusciello, just to the west. This part’s pretty boring and flat, and those mountains just don’t ever seem to get any closer.
Fotm goes on to explore the part where Prompto falls from the train and in Pagla when Noctis has the phone conversation with Ignis. Tenebrae is by far the creepiest of them all, largely thinks to the perpetual wonderful weather. Don’t jump off those tracks, Noctis. Don’t do it, man… he did it. Most of these later areas aren’t fully loaded due to Fotm having to skip around never-ending load screens to get there. Whatever the case, let’s hope these places see some Final Fantasy XV DLC action soon. And when they do, count on The Nerd Stash to be there with all the details you need to know.