In an announce by Square Enix moments ago, the famed Japanese game company has confirmed that the release day for its upcoming Final Fantasy XV has been shifted to another date later this year. Originally scheduled for release on 30 September, the game will be meeting gamers on 29 November 2016 instead which equals to two months of delay.
In a video message posted on YouTube today, Final Fantasy XV’s director, Hajime Tabata admitted that the team has actually completed the master version of the game. In fact, the team believes that this particular version should be able to satisfy most gamers out there but at the same time, it is still not up to the team’s highest standard.
Hence, the team has immediately work on a downloadable patch to further strengthen the game and has intended to release it on the day the game is made available to public. After taking account that the patch will not be available to gamers that are not connected to Internet as well as the need to polish the game slightly further, the team then decided to move Final Fantasy XV release date to November.
Hence, Tabata pointed out that the version that will be released on 29 November will carry the said patch and additional contents. Additionally, he has also stated that the team is committed to deliver additional patches and DLC for the game in the near future for gamers that are connected online.
(Source: Final Fantasy XV)