FINAL FANTASY XV gets pushed back with another delay and a new release date.
Today, we are graced by an important message from FINAL FANTASY XV's Director Haijime Tabata via youtube about the games progress. In the message, Haijime Tabata states that FINAL FANTASY XV is in its "master version" and that he and the team will continue to polish it for everyone to enjoy. Unfortunately, this means that the game's release date has been pushed back another two months from its original release.
The reason for its delayed release is because both Tabata and his team want to bring the best of Final Fantasy XV has to offer. It includes an offline Day One patching feature which has, from what Haijime Tabata states, "pretty substantial content but... it is one step away from that truly ultimate quality we are striving for". However, Both the director and team of FFXV announced that a 30 minute gameplay video of the master version going to be released tomorrow, August 16th. Sadly, it will only be in english until they translate it to other languages. They have also said that the master version will be playable at Gamescom this year.
The new release date for Final Fantasy XV is November 29th, 2016.