It has been 10 years when the game was in development, so waiting for two months doesn’t hurt, right?
After rumors of the release schedule for Final Fantasy XV being moved to November 29 by Gematsu after some sources inside GameStop claimed that new promotional materials have arrive with a new release date. This caused many to speculate that Square Enix will be making a new announcement for the said delay.
And just recently Final Fantasy XV director Hajime Tabata has posted a video message in regards to the current status of the game, and it was confirmed that it will in fact be delayed to a November 29 release. Tabata also revealed that the master version of Final Fantasy XV is already completed and they will be releasing a 30-minute gameplay trailer to showcase the finished product, those who will be at Gamescom this week will be able to play the master version. Tabata also noted that to ensure the game will be in the best quality, a day one patch will be released and will be included on the disc on release day.
You can watch Hajime Tabata’s message below:
Final Fantasy XV will be available for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One