It is not uncommon for games to get pushed back later than their original intended release date, either to meet demands, work out kinks, or due to other obstacles. Final Fantasy XV has received no treatment different, delayed from the original September 30th release date to November 29th.
The game's director, Hajime Tabata, announced the delay in a heartfelt and formal message. You can see it below:
Tabata explains patch issues, and a general desire to deliver the most polished version of the game. Yet, that didn't stop some horrible fanatics from lashing out.
Fan have already been waiting 10 years for this game (no, that is not an exaggeration). What is another two months?
To sate the FF tastebuds, the FFXV tie-in movie, Kingsglaive will be released in select theaters on August 19th. It has already been released in Japan with positive reviews. The first 12 minutes can be seen on IGN.