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Rumor: Final Fantasy XV Has Been Delayed To November 29
Fans of the Final Fantasy series have waited years to see Final Fantasy XV come to fruition. The development of the game has not been exactly smooth, with multiple engine changes and setbacks along the way.
During E3 2016 fans rejoiced as Square Enix finally announced a release date for Final Fantasy XV. However, a rumor is running wild on the internet that Final Fantasy XV has been delayed.
The report comes from Gamenesia as their sources within Gamestop has tipped them off that Square Enix has delayed Final Fantasy XV. According to the report, the game will release on November 29, 2016.
The promotional material with the new release date have also arrived at some GameStop stores. The report suggests that the stores have been instructed that they are not to put up the promotional material until Sunday, August 14th. So it is possible that an announcement will be made by Square Enix on Sunday.
We’ll have more for you on the story soon.
In related news, Square Enix has revealed that the Season pass for Final Fantasy XV will grant access to six DLC packs. The company has also revealed the names for the six DLc packs, but they are just working titles.
- DLC 1: Booster Pack (Working Title)
- DLC 2: Episode Gladio (Working Title)
- DLC 3: Holiday Pack (Working Title)
- DLC 4: Episode Ignis (Working Title)
- DLC 5: Episode Prompto (Working Title)
- DLC 6: Expansion Pack (Working Tite)
Final Fantasy XV is currently in development for Xbox One and PlayStation 4, but it seems that PC version of the game could be possible.
During Square Enix’s Siggraph 2016 presentation, the company showcased some real-time technologies, visual effects and rendering techniques used in the upcoming Final Fantasy XV.
The tech demo is rumored to be running on a PC with GeForce GTX 980Ti, Intel Core i7 5820K processor and 8GB DDR4 RAM.
What do you think of the Final Fantasy 15 delay? Let us know in the comments.