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Camp is a gameplay element in Final Fantasy XV. At predesignated sites, Noctis Lucis Caelum and his allies can fast-forward time until the dawn of the next day. The party's accumulated EXP is used to level its members up, and Ignis Scientia cooks food that provides his comrades with status buffs and fully restores their HP.
On the world map, campsites are designated by triangles. On the field, they appear as trails of smoke that rise from an inactive campfire. Noctis and his friends need only stay at a campsite once to be able to fast travel there via the travel menu.
At camp, Ignis cooks food for his teammates. Each dish he can make as a variety of effects. Food is cooked using ingredients the player collects from shops, felled monsters, and fishing. If no ingredients have been obtained, the party eats toast. Whenever Noctis catches a new fish, new recipes are unlocked for Ignis to try.
From campsites, individual quests begin in which all four party members do not necessarily partake. At the start of a new day, Noctis is paired with up to two of his allies, and they embark on a tour that results in different conversations and changed battle dynamics. That night, tour participants reconvene with the party members who stay behind.
- In Final Fantasy XV, the characters' camping equipment is Coleman brand. It belongs to Gladiolus, an outdoors enthusiast.
- While the scenes that play when Noctis and his friends go camping are random, only their tent appears onscreen if it is raining.
- The camping scene that depicts Gladiolus doing squats alludes to Zack Fair, the main protagonist of Crisis Core -Final Fantasy VII-, who often does the same.
- During the development of Final Fantasy XV, Square Enix staff camped in a tent similar to the one that appears in the game. They cooked food players can find ingredients for, as well. This was all done to bring verisimilitude to the game's camping mechanics.