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Already confirmed online today and rumored yesterday in my Twitter Feed, Square Enix confirmed that the upcoming video game Final Fantasy XV will be delayed. The game will be released on November 29, instead of September 30. Game directer Hajime Tabata, in a video he posted, states that the game needed more time to allow players to play the game in the highest quality. He states that the Master Version is finished but he and his want wants to create a Day-One Patch and in order to play without issues, they need more time. He states also that he is hoping to bring in more DLC and patches to the game.
What do you guys think about this news?
Personally, at first I was disappointed because we had to wait again until the game gets released. However, on the positive notes, this will allow people to have more time to preorder the game. This will also how the creators to deal with glitches or any other issues dealing with the game. A delayed game is better than a rushed game.
In past news, Final Fantasy XV is already planned for DLCs such as a season pass and a Premium Digital Edition. The Premium Digital Edition will include a digital copy of the game and the DLC for $89.99. The regular season pass is about $25 and it will include special episodes of the characters like Prompto, Ignis, and Gladiolus.
August 19th is also the film release of Kingsglaive: Final Fantasy XV.