Final Fantasy XV was updated on its official Twitter account that the game's highly anticipated multiplayer expansion for the PS4 and Xbox One called "Comrades" is being moved to mid November 2017 due to "Final Adjustments & to create the best possible experience."
Now while this may sound like the typical copy-and-paste PR jargon excuse, considering it took more than 10 years for the Final Fantasy XV game to be developed, most fans of the game are more than patient enough to let Square Enix continue one precious case of them making sure the game is properly developed and tested before releasing to the public.
The expansion was initially announced for an October 31, 2017 release, which takes place during the original game's 10-year timeskip near the end of the story. Promising to continue the epic story within the game even more for additional content productions to be released in 2018. The legendary music composer Nobuo Uematsu is releasing a theme song for the expansion titled "Choosing Hope" with Emiko Suzuki as vocals.