Final Fantasy XV Update 1.21 Possibly Delayed To January 31st

Final Fantasy XV was supposed to receive a brand new update yesterday but it hasn’t been released yet. The update was a surprise announcement since it also confirmed the removal of the Assassin’s Festival DLC for Final Fantasy XV, except the fact that when it was originally released, the DLC was supposed to be available until the end of January.

This resulted in speculation among the fans that perhaps the closing window for the DLC was moved ahead, however it has turned out to be more of a mistake as the patch notes for the upcoming update 1.21 along with the the launch date for it have been removed now from the official website.

The upcoming update for Final Fantasy XV is now likely launching at the end of January, which was also the closing date for the Assassin’s Festival DLC. If you haven’t managed to finish it, we highly recommend checking out this guide to find out all the items that you can collect in this short DLC and avoid missing out on them. You can get two different outfits as well as a shield. There are some other extra items available as well.

As for the patch notes for the upcoming update, while they are no longer officially available, you can still read the deleted patch notes below.

  • Inclusion of a new training partner at camp (Aranea)
  • Implementation of a standby option at camp to advance the time of day
  • Addition of new items at Alessio’s trading post in Altissia
  • Introduction of new drills to the tutorial
  • Various bug fixes

Final Fantasy XV is available now for the PS4, Xbox One and will launch on March 6th for the PC. The game is also getting a Royal Edition on March 6th that will bundle all the Season Pass DLC along with a new Royal Pack along with the game. It is currently confirmed for the PC as well as PS4 and Xbox One and you can read more details about it from here.

Khurram Imtiaz

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