There have been rumours over the last couple of days that Final Fantasy XV was facing a delay, and this morning Square Enix has confirmed as much. In a press release the publisher has stated that Final Fantasy XV will now be released on November 29th, a delay of two months from the original September date. The reason given was to allow extra time for polish and testing the game’s quality before putting it in the hands of players. This includes reworking the day one patch so it is included on the disc instead.
Final Fantasy XV’s director Hajime Tabata released a video giving more details.
In related news Kingsg;aive: Final Fantasy XV will still be released digitally on August 30th, though the physical release for that and Brotherhood: Final Fantasy XV may change.
Source: Press Release