7 November 2017 - 13:45

Final Fantasy XV's multiplayer expansion pack has been delayed to mid-November

Rounding up your friends will have to wait.
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Final Fantasy XV's Comrades multiplayer expansion pack has been delayed to Nov. 15, the company announced today.

The expansion will come to both PlayStation 4 and Xbox One when it finally drops. It’ll be up for grabs for anyone who purchased the Final Fantasy XV Season Pass in addition to the full game, or on its own as a separate buy. You will need a PlayStation Plus or Xbox Live Gold membership if you want to play online, though. 

Comrades lets you create your own member of the Kingsglaive, tasked with investigating Noctis’s disappearance following Chapter 13 from the massive role-playing game’s main storyline. Using special abilities granted by royal sigils given to those in the Kingsglaive, you’ll take on both multiplayer and single-player quests that will offer rewards in turn. The more quests you complete, the higher you’ll level up your character. 

While the DLC is primarily centered on multiplayer interactions, there are plenty of chances to go it alone, making the Comrades DLC a lucrative buy for anyone who’s already completed most of what Final Fantasy XV has to offer with its base game. 

If you haven’t already experienced it, you’re missing out. You’ve still got a little time to pick up the game on PlayStation 4 or Xbox One now before Comrades drops, though the PC version isn’t out until 2018. It still needs a little more time in the oven.

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