'Final Fantasy 15' Release Date, News & Update: Massive Leaks Revealed Game Ending; Hajime Tabata Warns Gamers About Spoilers
"Final Fantasy 15" is very close to its release date, only seven days left to be exact. However, there were retail shops that sold the game ahead of the official launch date. As a result, the game was spoiled as people upload details of the gameplay.
Although it may not be that bad if some were able to get their "Final Fantasy 15" copies earlier. The thing is that, they should have refrained from streaming or publishing the play online.
Specifically speaking, the ending of "Final Fantasy 15" was leaked so the game will not be that exciting to players anymore. The official release date of the game is Nov. 29 but with the spoilers and curiosities satisfied, then the leak is a big setback for the game and its developer.
A massive spoiler in text was revealed on Reddit earlier today. The Redditor outlined the details of playing the "Final Fantasy 15" game, especially the ending part, so nothing will surprise players anymore.
In response to the major leak, "Final Fantasy 15" game director, Hajime Tabata, used Twitter to express his disappointment. He also issued a statement regarding the incident.
"Following news of copies of #FFXV going on sale ahead of the release date, #FFXV director Hajime Tabata has a message for all #FFXV fans," an official from Final Fantasy group tweeted.
To sum up Tabata's message, he confirmed that there has been an unauthorized distribution of the boxed version of "Final Fantasy 15." He disclosed that they are also aware that the gameplay footage has been leaked online and their team feels regretful about this.
The director went on to warn gamers about the spoilers going around, then he encouraged players not to check them out since the long wait for the game would be a waste for everyone. He further stressed that the main goal for "Final Fantasy 15" is for all to enjoy the story while discovering surprises together, but apparently, the leaked details is ruining this intent.
At the end, Tabata lamented, "A large dedicated team have worked extremely hard to make this game and to create a "Final Fantasy 15" that everyone can enjoy," he said. "It would be a huge regret for us if the excitement of the launch was to be spoiled for so many when we are so close to the release."