Square Enix Final Fantasy XV sets out to November 29




The release of Final Fantasy XV has been postponed by two months. Square Enix promised to release the game on September 30, but now says they need more time to make the game ‘perfect’. Wednesday makers show a gameplay video of thirty minutes.

Hajime Tabata, director of Final Fantasy game series makes the delay known in a comprehensive video on YouTube. He explains that the game has now been completed and that it is working on a patch to make the final improvements. Instead of this one as to deliver day-one patch, Square Enix has chosen to postpone the game until November 29, so that all improvements are immediately available for everyone, even if players do not have an Internet connection available to the patch download.

Tabata further announces that the current master of the game can be played by visitors of Gamescom. On the occasion of the Fair Square Enix Wednesday also comes with a thirty-minute gameplay video that the game will show in its current state.

In March led Square Enix a demo of Final Fantasy XV. The game will appear on Xbox One and PlayStation 4. At the time, made ​​the publisher is also known that there is a feature film and animated series.


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