Final Fantasy XV Multiplayer Expansion: Comrades Pushed to November

Sounds Like a Short Wait

Fans who were looking forward to playing the upcoming multiplayer-focused Final Fantasy XV expansion, Comrades, will have to wait a tad longer. Today, Square Enix announced on their site that they are delaying the release date from October 31 to early November due to “final adjustments being made to the game content.” They apologized for the delay too, “We are very sorry to our valued customers who’ve been waiting for the release, and apologize for any inconveniences this has created.”

Final Fantasy XV Comrades Expansion

I jumped into the beta as I got the Season Pass, but it had been so long since I touched Final Fantasy XV that I didn’t get too far. It wasn’t as bad as I thought it would be, though I encountered some connection issues throughout my testing. Hopefully, the extra time will iron out some of those kinks. If you haven’t finished the main game, the multiplayer does contain some light spoilers of some late-game events as it takes place after Chapter 13.

Comrades will be a paid expansion, available for an undisclosed price or included for players who bought a Season Pass for the game. Final Fantasy XV is available now for PS4 and Xbox One, and will launch for PC in early 2018. It’s also got a mobile version too in the works if you need to play the Final Fantasy road trip game while on the go.

Source: Square Enix