The multiplayer DLC was supposed to release on October 31st but is undergoing some “final adjustments”.
Square Enix’s co-op multiplayer DLC for Final Fantasy 15 won’t be releasing on October 31st. Instead, the Comrades DLC will be out in early November. According to the game’s official Twitter, the delay was made for the sake of “final adjustments”. The developer notes that as soon as a new release date can be confirmed, it will let fans know.
The Comrades DLC is incredibly interesting because it allows players to take on the role of Kingsglaive members following the events of Chapter 13 in-game. With the world being attacked by Daemons, it’s up to the Glaive to protect the people. Players will be able to team and fight together, taking on side quests and missions while customizing their characters in the process.
Though it supports custom characters now, Square Enix plans to add characters like Prompto, Gladiolus and Ignis to the mix in due time. The Comrades DLC can be acquired as part of the game’s Season Pass. If you already own the Pass, you should receive it for free in early November.
— Final Fantasy XV (@FFXVEN) October 20, 2017