People will have to wait a bit longer to read through the stories of the canceled Final Fantasy XV DLC adventures. Square Enix has revealed a major delay for Final Fantasy XV: The Dawn of the Future. The novel will now launch in English on June 23, 2020. As a reminder, it first appeared in Japan on April 25, 2019.
Originally, Final Fantasy XV: The Dawn of the Future had a Fall 2019 release window. It was announced as part of the Penguin Random House distribution collaboration. No explanation was offered for the delay.
Final Fantasy XV: The Dawn of the Future has four stories in it. There is one for Aranea, another for Ardyn that is based on his expansion, one for Lunafreya, and finally a story for Noctis. It also has 50 concept art and full-color images in it.
Final Fantasy XV: The Dawn of the Future is immediately available in Japan. It will appear in English in other regions on June 23, 2020.