Final Fantasy XV's co-op expansion gets a delay


Time to reschedule the brodate

The highly anticipated multiplayer expansion for Final Fantasy XV, called Comrades, will not be launching in time for Halloween like previously stated. Square Enix hasn’t given us a new date, but is assuring fans that it will be out sometime in early November. Their reason for the delay is to make “final adjustments” to the game and to create the “best possible online experience.” I’ll believe that when I see it.

According to Siliconera, the price of the expansion for Japanese gamers will also be increasing from its previous 1500 ¥ (roughly $13.21) to 1980 ¥ (roughly $17.44). Season pass holders won’t have to pay more, but that is bizarre to change price at such a late stage and with barely any notice. Does this mean the expansion will be containing more content than we all thought? I doubt it, but I’d like to be proven wrong.

Due to final adjustments & to create the best possible experience, the online expansion #FFXVComrades will now be released in early November

— Final Fantasy XV (@FFXVEN) October 20, 2017

If you were looking forward to this release, its going to be another few weeks you’ll have to suffer. While I don’t intend to play this on consoles, I do hope the end result works out. Final Fantasy XV had some very fun combat and I would have really loved to experience that with a friend by my side.

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Final Fantasy XV’s Online Expansion Pack Delayed To Sometime In November [Siliconera]