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Final Fantasy XV Spoilers Popping Up On Internet As Street Date Broken
Fans are excited for the upcoming Final Fantasy XV which is scheduled to launch later this month. However, fans will have to be extra careful as the spoilers for the game are starting to pop up.
Recently, we reported that a retailer in Peru has broken the street date for Final Fantasy XV and many gamers have gotten their hands on it. So naturally some of those gamers who have played the game are posting spoilers on the usual forums such as NeoGaf, Reddit etc.
Many who have gotten their hands on the game have also started to live stream the game. One positive side of this broken street date for Final Fantasy XV is that we know the file size for the day-one-patch, which is going to be 7.2 GB.
Final Fantasy XV is also confirmed to support PlayStation 4 Pro. The patch that will bring the upgraded console support to the game will launch in December. Final Fantasy XV will have 4K display mode at 30 frames per second, and a 1080p display mode but the frame rate will vary between 45 and 60FPS.
However, the game will not take full advantage of PlayStation 4 Pro. According to Hajime Tabata, the reason for the game to not take full advantage of the console is the shortage of time as the development team did not come to know about the PlayStation 4 Pro long ago.
Also, Final Fantasy XV soundtrack is available for pre-order, which will launch on December 21, 2016. The soundtrack will be available in three different editions: the CD version, Blu-Ray version, and the Limited Edition.
Final Fantasy XV is an open world action adventure game in development at Square Enix and is scheduled to launch on November 29, 2016 for Xbox One and PlayStation 4.