After a less-than-glamorous beta test, the multiplayer focused Comrades expansion for Final Fantasy XV has been delayed until November. The paid DLC is included as part of the game’s Season Pass, or can be purchased individually when it goes live next month.
Featuring a robust character creation system, and co-operative missions across the world of Eos, players have been anticipating the online-focused expansion for quite some time. In a tweet Square Enix explained the reason for the delay, citing the need for some final adjustments.
Due to final adjustments & to create the best possible experience, the online expansion #FFXVComrades will now be released in early November pic.twitter.com/0DV08nRpv8
— Final Fantasy XV (@FFXVEN) October 20, 2017
The beta period was plagued with server issues, with players unable to enter a lobby and experience most of the expansion’s content. Here’s hoping these “final adjustments” address those issues and the final release of Comrades is a seamless and enjoyable experience.