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Will now release on November 29, delayed to ensure that the on-disc version is the best it can be. In a video message to fans, director Hajime Tabata explains that even though a "master version" (we're assuming this means gold) was completed a few days ago, the team is hard at work on a substantial day-one patch. A patch that will now be a part of the official release.

In the video, Tabata goes on to explain that the reasoning behind the delay is to ensure that for those players who can't download a massive patch, it's important the on-disc version represents the best Final Fantasy XV experience possible. Now, delays of high profile releases like Final Fantasy XV are always taken the wrong way by certain groups of people, but in the end always work out for the best.

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