dropped just a few weeks ago, but fans of the series won’t be waiting long at all to play a new addition to another recent entry. The rising tide the second paid extension for will arrive on April 18th.

The issue date was at PAX East panelwhere it was reported that The rising tide it will cost $20. However, if you haven’t picked up the previous paid DLC yet, you can grab both for $25 via a discounted expansion pass.

The rising tide will see Clive and his cohorts travel to the hidden land of Mysidia. They will “uncover the tragic history of a forgotten people” as they search for the Leviathan Dominant, a long-lost water icon. Like with Echoes of the Fallenthe action takes place before the end of the main game.

As the title and description suggest, you’ll be able to wield a range of water attacks, including a sea-spitting serpent. The PlayStation Blog also teases that Clive will find another power during his journey. Meanwhile, the trailer shows the battle with Leviathan taking place on the surface of a lake.

Those who beat The rising tide and the base game will gain access to a new endgame mode called Kairos Gate. You’ll fight your way through 20 levels of increasing difficulty, defeating one wave of enemies after another. You can earn new materials and weapons for Clive through this mode.

On top of that, Square Enix will release a free update for Final Fantasy XVI on April 18, which includes a series of quality of life improvements. For one thing, you’ll be able to instantly return to the NPC who gave you a quest with the Quick Finish option. A Skill Set feature will allow you to save up to five skill and skill loadouts. In a positive accessibility update, you’ll be able to remap the controls as you see fit.