Final Fantasy XV Multiplayer DLC “Comrades” Gets New Release Date; Xbox One X Update Rolling Out

Final Fantasy XV's "Comrades" multiplayer expansion will launch on November 15th, while the update to support Xbox One X is currently rolling out.

on November 6, 2017 6:02 AM

Today Square Enix made multiple announcements about Final Fantasy XV on the official Japanese Twitter account.

First of all, we learn that the “Comrades” multiplayer expansion, that was initially scheduled for October 31st, will now launch on November 15th.

On top of that, we also learn that the rollout of the update that will add support for Xbox One X will happen today at approximately 8 PM Japan time. Since it’ll be already past 8 locally when I’ll be done writing this article, you should find the patch ready to download.

The update will also include the ability to accept multiple hunts at the same time, and is scheduled to arrive on PS4 on November 10th.

The Xbox One X support for Final Fantasy XV includes 4K output and HDR, and comes just in time for the release of the console, which will happen tomorrow, November 7th.

If you want to see more of the “Comrades” expansion, you can enjoy some recent gameplay from Tokyo Game Show. A few weeks ago, we also learned that the main Final Fantasy XVgame will keep receiving new content next year, past the original plan to end in 2017. The upcoming Episode Ignis story DLC will also come on December 13th, and it recently received a new trailer at Paris Games Week.

Final Fantasy XV is currently available for PS4 and Xbox One, and will release for PC in early 2018. If you want to learn more, you should not forget to read our recent interview with Director Hajime Tabata.

 /  Executive News Editor
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