Anyone looking for a Final Fantasy XV news is in for a treat. We?ve rounded up all the latest news and updates for Square Enix?s latest Final Fantasy installment.
Final Fantasy XV News: Early Release Date
At the present time, the game is scheduled to be released on November 29. Of course, the game has already found itself on the shelves in a host of regions similar to any other console game. Despite the game?s official release being more than a week, people in Argentina, UAE and Peru are already playing the game.
In fact, some people residing in the US are lucky enough to grab an early copy. However, it is unclear if there are punishments to the players who will do so.
Final Fantasy XV News: Day and Night Cycle & New Commercial
At the present time, there is a Final Fantasy XV demo available only in Japan. Hence, players should create a Japanese PlayStation account first. Fortunately, people at Dual Shockers decided to capture a full 40-minute day and night cycle using a PlayStation 4 Pro.
As can be seen below, Square Enix also released a new Japanese television commercial for the game. The commercial also featured numerous important characters in the game. In addition, Square Enix stated that they will have an astral-nomic surprise that will come to the Hollywood and Highland Center on November 29.
Final Fantasy XV News: Day One Patch Arriving Tomorrow & DLCs
According to the game?s official Twitter, the first update should arrive tomorrow, November 22, 2016. However, the Square Enix has yet to announce the contents of the upcoming patch tomorrow.
Furthermore, the director of the game Hajime Tabata said that Square Enix has big plans for the game?s DLCs. In fact, the development team lead by Tabata will continue to work on adding numerous enhancements to the game.
That being said, fans should expect numerous new features as well as massive bug fixes. Furthermore, Final Fantasy XV?s official release is scheduled on November 29 for PS4 and Xbox One. For more Final Fantasy XV news and updates, stay tuned to TheBitBag.