Final Fantasy XV Multiplayer Expansion Has a New Release Date

New Final Fantasy XV Patch Also Rolling Out for Xbox One X

Square Enix has confirmed that Final Fantasy XV’s ‘Comrades’ multiplayer DLC will now release on November 15th, approximately two weeks later than its original release date.

The announcement appeared on the game’s Japanese Twitter account. We expect a similar announcement to appear from the West sometime today. As was previously reported, ‘Comrades’ was originally intended to be released on October 31st but was pushed back due to the dev team needing additional time “adjusting” game content and “to create the best experience possible.” You may also read our original story for our quick thoughts on the beta.

Final Fantasy XV Comrades Expansion

‘Comrades’ will take place after the events of Chapter 13 in Final Fantasy XV when the Kingsglaive is tasked with investigating Prince Noctis’ mysterious disappearance. Players will be able to create their own characters and equip them with all sorts of Royal Sigils that grant special powers from the Lucian bloodline. The expansion will add context to the main game’s story and offer a new training section for your customized character. It has been confirmed that Noctis and his party members will be added to ‘Comrades’ as playable characters at a later time.

The third piece of DLC for Final Fantasy XV, Episode Ignis, currently has a  release date of December 13. it will focus on what Ignis was up to after the great fight in Altissa.

Also announced today was a patch for the Xbox One X that will bring about visual enhancements that take advantage of the console’s power. It should be rolling out now, just in time before the console launches on November 7th. A similar update will be hitting PlayStation 4 Pro as well.

Tell us what you think about ‘Comrades’ in the comments below. What do you think about all of the added content coming to the game?