Oh, and the game's director has resigned from Square Enix as well. Aside from a few DLC's already nearing completion, fans should not expect too much else. All except Episode Ardyn have been cancelled, with Ardyn still planned for its March 2019 release.
According to Square Enix, director Hajime Tabata is also no longer working with the company as of the end of October. There will also be a Final Fantasy XV collaboration with Final Fantasy XIV, set to launch on the same day.
The reasons for Tabata quitting Square Enix weren't immediately apparent. That is with the exception of Episode Ardyn, which will still release next year as a final send-off for the game. Today, I have a personal announcement to make to all of you. However, as Gamespot pointed out, they have mentioned that Tabata's newly-made Luminous Studios has lost some $33 million. "Every title I was able to be a part of means a lot to me".
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Final Fantasy XV released in 2016 with a season pass containing extra content, but season pass holders won't be missing out, as it appears everything that was promised has been released. In it, a Miqo'te girl from the FFXIV universe somehow lands in the FFXV world. The new quest will feature the new boss "Garuda", and finishing the quest will unlock new costumes. As for his future, he announced plans to take on "a brand new project" that will "draw on all my past experiences", at a new company of his own creation.
"In regards to my next endeavours and near future, I have a project that I truly wish to solidify as my next challenge after Final Fantasy XV", Tabata's statement read. "For that reason, I have chose to leave my current position and start my own business in order to achieve my goal", he explained.