Final Fantasy XV: Comrades Multiplayer DLC Gets New Release Date After Delay – IGN
Get your buddies together.
Following a delay, Final Fantasy XV‘s fourth expansion – the ‘Comrades’ multiplayer DLC – will be released on November 15.
Announced on Twitter, the new release date is just over two weeks later than the original release date of October 31. No concrete details were given for the delay, with Square Enix saying it was “due to final adjustments and to create the best possible experience.”
Comrades will let players create their own characters, and equip them with powers from the Lucian bloodline that gives Noctis his abilities.
Obviously there’s a focus on creating full teams, but the expansion will also add single-player sections for your new character, allowing training and adding context to the main game’s story.
The main game’s party will be added to the expansion as playable characters at an unspecified date in the future.
Speaking of those party characters, the final piece of XV’s so-far announced DLC, Episode Ignis will be released on December 13.
That likely won’t be all we see from XV’s world – director Hajime Tabata has already talked to us about what other DLC he’d like to make, while the upcoming PC version’s mod support will presumably allow for much, much more (as long as people behave themselves).
Joe Skrebels is IGN’s UK News Editor, and his character in the beta was called Dwayne, and Dwayne was disgusting. Follow him on Twitter.
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