Final Fantasy XV was destined to have a second season of DLC episodes, but they were all canceled (except for the Ardyn episode, which was already in development) when the game director left Square Enix. The remaining deleted history episodes would have focused on Aranea, Lunafreya, and Noctis.
The history of cut DLCs was presented in a novel called Final Fantasy XV – The Dawn of the Future, which is now available in Japan. As Thegamer.com reports, one of the special editions of this novel is accompanied by concept art that shows precisely the canceled contents.
Lunafreya would have been resurrected from Bahamut during the events of FF15 and would have received the same demonic powers as Ardyn. The Noctis episode would have involved a final battle against Bahamut, which would have led to a meeting between Aranea, Ardyn, Lunafreya, and Noctis.
Bahamut would have been defeated and Lunafreya would have returned to life, but with Ardyn’s sacrifice, for which a funeral would be held. The new end of the game would show Noctis and Lunafreya with their two children.
Few pieces of concept art from FFXV -The Dawn of Future- Artbook
1. Luna from Episode Luna. The Draconian recovered her body with power of daemon and revived her to fulfill the new mission. She has the power of daemon like Ardyn. pic.twitter.com/f1qiNwnaXK
— BoN (@FFplanet) April 26, 2019
Final Fantasy XV, therefore, would have had a bittersweet ending, but unfortunately, the public will never see these cut stories, except in literary form.
Final Fantasy XV – The Dawn of the Future will be located outside of Japan, but a release date has not yet been announced.