Final Fantasy XV has been in the works in some form or another since 2006, when it was originally planned as PS3 exclusive called Final Fantasy Versus XIII.
Now we're getting close to a point where the renamed game is actually going to come out, albeit now on the Sony PlayStation 4 with an Xbox One version planned. Or at least we're hoping it launches as the game has just been delayed again.
Game director Hajime Tabata has news on the delay. Subtitles will probably be helpful here.
The basic message is that they feel the game isn't ready yet and while they could deliver the extra polish in a day one patch, it has been decided to take a couple more months to get it right. This is to save people from having to download a hefty update and also because they want to finish the thing properly.
The new release date is the 29th of November 2016 worldwide, which isn't that much of a delay considering how long the game has been in development. It feels like a very sincere message from Tabata and fans will hopefully reap the rewards a little later in the year.