Square Enix has confirmed that Final Fantasy XV‘s previously delayed Comrades multiplayer expansion will go live on November 15th.
The expansion was originally scheduled to launch on October 31st and allows players to create their own character and take part in quests with other players.
As well as announcing the new date, the development team also revealed that a new update will be going live today that adds support for Microsoft’s Xbox One X console, which officially launches tomorrow. The update also adds the ability to accept multiple hunt quests. According to Square Enix, the update will arrive on PlayStation 4 on November 10th.
This new update also includes a feature that allows you to accept multiple quests & which will also be coming to PS4 on Friday (10th Nov)
— Final Fantasy XV (@FFXVEN) November 6, 2017
Last week, Sony and Square Enix shared a new trailer for the game’s upcoming Episode Ignis story DLC that revealed a release date of December 13th.
Final Fantasy XV is available now on Xbox One and PlayStation 4, and will be coming to PC in early 2018.