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Magitek Exosuit Available Now In Final Fantasy XV With Patch 1.13
01 August 2017, 10:59 | Gina Pena
Final Fantasy XV Update Patch 1.13 Is Out Now To Download
Square Enix has released the new "Muteki Suits" for Final Fantasy 15 which players can finally get their hands.
The excosuit had been on hold due to the similarity of the design rather too closely resembling the armor worn by the Power Rangers, but it now looks much more unique. Once the invincibility period is over, players can still wear the suits but will need to wait 24 hours before they can be invincible again.
See how they kind of look like the Power Ranger movie outfits?
The armour gives players 30 minutes of invincibility once per day and also improves their fishing skills.
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A new "Cross Chain" collaboration system - allows players to severely damage strong, defensive enemies by increasing the number of linked attacks.
It may have taken a full ten years for Final Fantasy XV to become a reality, but Square Enix sure is doing all it can to make fans feel like the wait was worth it.
This new update also re-opens the Moogle Chocobo Carnival, which was a limited-time event, including Chocobo races and carnival games. The Cross Chain system is available once players acquire the two Royal Arms: the Sword of the Wise and Axe of the Conqueror.
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