Final Fantasy XV Will Recieve A Day One Patch After All, Will Fix Camera Issues For The Game

Recently, Square Enix announced the delay for Final Fantasy XV to November 29, to further polish the game, and avoid the day one patch. However, it seems that the game will be receiving day one patch after all, which will bring fix for the camera issues in the game.

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The information comes from a Twitter user Baka Nano, who posted that game director, Hajime Tabata, and his team will be focusing over the camera issues in the day one patch for Final Fantasy XV.

While the purpose of the delay was to make the game playable at launch without any day one patch, and still this goal remains as the game will be playable while the patch will be downloaded in the background.

When asked about he source, she said the information comes from a French website who got to play the game in Japan and Hajime Tabata told them.

While the game is currently in development, but the developers have confirmed that Final Fantasy XV will support HDR for Xbox One S at launch. As for the PlayStation 4 Slim, it is yet to be confirmed.

Final Fantasy XV is an open world action RPG in development at Square Enix, and is scheduled to launch on November 29, 2016 for Xbox One and PlayStation 4.

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