Final Fantasy XV release date approaching, mass production starts

By: Costea Lestoc
2 minute read

There is good news on the horizon for those excited to play the newest installment of the popular video game franchise Final Fantasy. The next game in the series, Final Fantasy XV, experienced a slew of delays, pushing its release date to November 29th. Its original release date would have meant the game receiving a day one patch which user would have had to install, and the Square Enix didn’t want that.

The good news: Final Fantasy XV achieved gold status, which means the game is ready and can finally enter the next step in the process that ends with the game in the hands of customers worldwide.

While the main game is ready for the distribution process, the creative team behind Final Fantasy XV now has the opportunity to focus on extra content, specifically the three additional levels specifically designed for players who buy the premium version of the game. The premium version contains the Season Pass, which in turn contains the three extra episodes. In this extended version, players get to experience new stories through the eyes of another member of the team.

Each of the three new characters players will be able to control, Gladiolus, Ignis and Prompto, will have their own unique gameplay which you will be able to use against new enemies added to the game. Their three stories will be released in that same order.

Later on, we will also get a DLC for the game called Comrades, which will bring multiplayer action to Final Fantasy XV.

There is also a brand new four-minute trailer called Omen released for the game, which shows the prophecy as seen by Noctis’ father, King Regis.

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