After days of rumors and reports, Square Enix finally confirms that the newest Final Fantasy entry has been delayed.
In the video down below, the director of Final Fantasy XV explains that they team has completed the "master" version of the game, meaning the version consumers will buy is finished. However, he states that they felt like the final version wasn't up to the highest possible standards they wanted it to be. Due to Hajime Tabata's sour feelings on releasing this completed version of Final Fantasy to the masses, he decided to delay the game for two months, so more polish and work can be done.
He also explained that without this delay, there would have been a massive day one patch to iron out some of the problems with the base game. He expressed regret that not everyone would have access to the patch, since you have to have internet to download it. The Final Fantasy XV that will release on November 29 will have all the day one patch content on the disc, so everyone gets the same experience.
To watch the video yourself, you only need to look below. Just be sure to turn captions on.
(Source: Final Fantasy XV Youtube)