The delay train for Final Fantasy 15 is so long that it never ends.
Once again, Square Enix has delayed the release of Final Fantasy 15 (XV). Earlier, the game was scheduled to release on September 30 but now the game will release on November 29 (hopefully).
Square Enix says the new date “will allow the development teams time to further polish and conduct quality testing so that the reality of the game can match the expectations of both the fans and the creative teams.”
Game director Hajime Tabata claims to have finished working on a “master version” of the game. The team has also started working on a day-one patch. In the video, (attached below) Tabata feels that the patch should be a part of the final game instead of a downloadable content. The decision of doing so led to the delay of the game’s release date.
“As the director and lead of this project, I wish to personally apologize for the additional wait. As a team, we want Final Fantasy XV to achieve a level of perfection that our fans deserve. We kindly ask for your understanding.”
In a gameplay interview with IGN, Tabata talked and explained more about the game.
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