Final Fantasy XV Multiplayer Expansion Delayed – IGN Africa

Final Fantasy XV’s arriving multiplayer expansion, Comrades, has been delayed.

Square Enix announced on Twitter a expansion, previously antiquated for Oct 31, will now be expelled someday in early November. According to a publisher, a delay is “due to final adjustments and to emanate a best probable experience.”

Players will be means to create their possess impression and take on quests with adult to 3 friends online in Comrades. By equipping stately sigils, players will be postulated special powers from a Lucian bloodline as they strategize and form a offset group to take on a hurdles that await.

The enlargement will also underline single-player missions where players can urge their characters, all with a ultimate idea of finding some-more about a disappearance of Noctis, following a events of Chapter 13 in Final Fantasy XV’s categorical story.

Comrades will be available to Final Fantasy XV Season Pass holders, and will also be accessible for squeeze as a standalone expansion. Also, Final Fantasy XV characters Gladiolus, Prompto and Ignis will be combined as playable characters in destiny updates.

In associated news, Noctis will be featured in Dissidia: Final Fantasy NT, that will launch on Jan 30, 2018.

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