Being sent for certification in the coming month.
Square Enix’s most recent Active Time Report broadcast discussed a bit about Final Fantasy 15. Though director Hajime Tabata wasn’t present in the beginning, he did arrive later to talk about the game’s current phase.
Tabata said that the open world action RPG is in “data lock” phase and while it isn’t quite gold, there won’t be any changes made to the current game. That is, unless something serious is discovered. Final Fantasy 15 will be sent to Sony and Microsoft for certification in the coming month to prepare for its PS4 and Xbox One.
Originally set to release by September end, Final Fantasy 15 is now set to release on November 29th. It centers on the war between the Kingdom of Lucis and Niflheim with the prince, Noctis, absconding with his band. Will you be picking it up next month? Let us know in the comments below and stay tuned for more information.