Final Fantasy XV has officially been delayed by two months, according to a press release by game director Hajime Tabata.
In a video posted to Youtube via the Final Fantasy XV Youtube channel, the director of the game, Hajime Tabata, officially announced that they would need “a little more time to polish the game some more.” This amount of time will be two more months, with the official release date now being November 29th.
The disc will include the game, plus the content that was going to be released in the day one patch. Tabata also says that this means that they will be releasing the “ultimate quality version” to those players who don’t or can’t play online.
While it sucks to have to wait for anything, game delays are certainly not a bad thing. Generally, they mean that players get a more quality game. The only people who really ever feel the hurt of the game delay are the execs that are getting two months less of sales.
The full release can be viewed below:
So, the official release date of Final Fantasy XV will be November 29th, 2016.