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Final Fantasy XV Multiplayer Expansion Delayed

Final Fantasy XV Multiplayer Expansion Delayed
From IGN - October 20, 2017
By Alex Gilyadov

Final Fantasy XV's upcoming multiplayer expansion, Comrades, has been delayed.

Square Enix announced on Twitter the expansion, previously dated for October 31, will now be released sometime in early November. According to the publisher, the delayis "due to final adjustments and to create the best possible experience."

Players will be able tocreate their own character and take on questswith up to three friends online in Comrades. By equipping royal sigils, players will be granted special powers from the Lucian bloodline as they strategize and form a balanced team to take on the challenges that await.

The expansion will also feature single-player missions where players can improve their characters, all with the ultimate goal of discovering more about the disappearance of Noctis, following the events of Chapter 13 in Final Fantasy XV's main story.

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