After the delay of Final Fantasy XV for the month of November, Square Enix has released a new video with over 30 minutes of gameplay of this JRPG game on YouTube. Unfortunately, there is no subtitles for this Japanese video, so you will miss one or another interesting dialogue.
The video is specially designed for technical and graphical display of the Xbox One and PlayStation 4, which in some scenes can be differentiated. While the PlayStation version has a 900-1080p performance and close at 30 fps, the Xbox One runs at 756-900p.
The release date for Final Fantasy XV has been moved to November 29 for PS4 and Xbox One. The director of Tabata said that the delay was mainly because they did not want to release a huge patch for the version of day One.
Hajime Tabata wanted to give more reasons already given for the delay in the release date of Final Fantasy XV. A few days ago, we came to know that Final Fantasy XV has suffered a delay in its release date, and the director of the game, Hajime Tabata, published a video commenting on why he had come to the conclusion that it was better to delay the date until November 29.
Also, it seems that some of the post launch content for this highly anticipated title will not be included in the Season Pass of the game, a rather bizarre decision, however, which is backed by the same Hajime Tabata.