Final Fantasy XV’s comrades multiplayer expansion was first announced for an October 31 release date but it has since then been delayed. Today, Square Enix announced a new release date for the expansion.
The announcement comes from the official Japanese Twitter account where it was revealed that the Final Fantasy XV multiplayer expansion pack Comrades will release on November 15, 2017. We’ll likely get an official announcement from the West sometime soon, so keep an eye out for that.
As previously reported, the Japanese version of the expansion originally cost 1,500 yen but it has since then been increased to 1,980 yen, but those of you with the Season Pass for Final Fantasy XV can get it without any payments required.
Square Enix also announced that the Xbox One X support update has gone live. This update also adds a multiple quest ordering function. The update will arrive to PS4 on November 10.
Final Fantasy XV is available on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. The game is headed to PC in early 2018.