Square Enix announced today that the upcoming multiplayer expansion: “Comrades” for their RPG, Final Fantasy XV has been delayed.
Final Fantasy XV – Expansion Delayed
Initially, the multiplayer expansion was slated to launch on October 31st, 2017, but now that date has been pushed sometime into early November of this year.
Reasons for this is due to the team working on some finishing touches to the expansion. Square Enix has chimed in and stated that it’ll provide “the best possible experience”. A more concrete release time frame will soon be announced.
Furthermore, its been reported that prices for Comrades have been bumped up for Japan from 1,500 Yen to 1,980 Yen. No official word has yet to be given for other regions. Those with the season pass have nothing to worry, as they’ll be able to grab the DLC for free once it launches.
Final Fantasy XV is currently available on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.
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A smartphone version dubbed, FFXV: Pocket Edition is coming to iOS, Android and Windows devices in fall 2017. As for PC, there’s a FFXV: Windows Edition launching for the platform via Steam in early 2018. Here are 4K screenshots of the PC version that you can check out!
In more FFXV news, Cook & Becker will release a 220-page Final Fantasy XV art-book showcasing the beautiful world of Eos, this winter. Noctis can now be equipped with this detailed rendition of a Cup Noodle for a helmet! Finally, don’t forget to join the limited timed-DLC event, “Assassin’s Festival” that runs through January 31st, 2018.
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