'Final Fantasy 15' Release Date, News & Update: Square Enix Game Out Now in Japan, Demo Contains Several Bugs?
There are only a couple weeks more before "Final Fantasy 15" arrives to PlayStation 4 and Xbox One in the U.S. and fans are highly anticipating the new game. The Square Enix title is out now in Japan and it is causing quite a stir, as the demo contains several bugs.
Polygon reports that "Final Fantasy 15" gamers who have their hands on the "Judgment Disc" build version of the game have been complaining about several bugs. This caused game director Hajime Tabata to tweet his thoughts on gamers' comments about it.
It was with pride that Tabata shared on Twitter that it took him and the rest of the team about two months to make "Final Fantasy 15" as bug-free as possible. However, that doesn't mean that there would be zero bugs left. Tabata explained that they were able to remove the bugs to enable gamers to reach the end of the game for a full experience.
Tabata also explained that "Final Fantasy 15" has been receiving positive feedback for those who are now able to play it. In fact, as the Square Enix game is out now in Japan, some fans are already enjoying it and sharing their thoughts online and bragging on social media.
One of the more peculiar comments about "Final Fantasy 15" and its several bugs is the fight between Noctis and a wild rhino that ends up teleporting Noctis to another location. Tabata promised that they are continuing to work on fixing the existing bugs in "Final Fantasy 15" in time for its November 29 release.
According to VG24/7, Tabata promised an upcoming amendment patch for "Final Fantasy 15" to address the Square Enix game's several bugs. Make sure to check back for more updates when we unveil the release of "Final Fantasy 15," arriving to PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on November 29.