"Final Fantasy XV" fans, after years of waiting, can now relax a little bit. The game's developer, Square Enix, has finally set a time frame when the fans can expect its release. The news was officially announced by game director Hajime Tabata in the recently concluded PAX event in Seattle.
"Final Fantasy XV" game director Tabata said that the release of the much awaited game will not happen before March 2016 and that the company will make the launching of the game even more spectacular in order for it to be memorable for the fans, iSchool Guide reported.
Tabata also apologized to fans for the confusion created during the Gamescom event. What they meant to say was that by March next year, they will be able to make the announcement of the official release date for the much anticipated "Final Fantasy XV."
The "Final Fantasy"-centric event will happen in March 2016. It will also be a memorable day because they will unveil the much awaited installation of the game.
Tabata, when asked about the plan for the launching of the said game, said: "This may be something that we are a little bit embarrassed to talk about, but really, this is the first time that we've done a packaged, stand-alone Final Fantasy game with a simultaneous global launch, so we didn't have the setup to deal with that, really. The first thing we had to do was re-arrange our internal structure to create something that could do that. That was the first important work on the project," as reported by GameSpot.
The "Final Fantasy XV" team will have another Active Time Panel sometime this month, and they will also be at the Tokyo Game Show. This is also the next time that die-hard fans will be updated, with regards to game development and immediate plans for the launching of the said game, as well as some more specifics about Luna and Regis.