‘Final Fantasy XV’ Judgment Disc Special Demo Becomes a Trash Due to Bugs and Glitches; FFXV Released Date Cancelled? [RUMORS]


Square Enix has just released the "Final Fantasy XV: Judgment Disc" special demo and players discovered some bugs and glitches in the gameplay. For this reason, Square Enix is rumored to cancel the upcoming release of "Final Fantasy XV". Find out the truth here!

"Final Fantasy XV: Judgment Disc" Special Demo Bugs & Glitches

The special demo of the upcoming "Final Fantasy XV" has never ran smooth due to bugs and glitches that discovered by the players. The following are the discovered glitches of the game as compiled by Silicon Era:

  • Regalia's headlight show blasting bright lights
  • Noctis appears to be standing in a poisonous lake
  • Overlapping display
  • NPCs apparent public display of affection
  • There are objects from the background that are obviously missing
  • Red line keeps on appearing across the screen

These bugs and glitches are supported by videos of the gameplay which can be found here. On the other hand, due to the discovered and compiled bugs and glitches from the actual gameplay, Square Enix is reportedly rolling out some patches to fix the issues; however, there are speculations saying that the special demo was not taken from the final version of the game and was extracted from an earlier build.

"Final Fantasy XV" on PS4

Despite the discovered bugs and glitches on FFXV special demo, players notice one good thing on the game while running in PS4. According to Game Nuke, PS4 Pro option on support for better quality graphics is a pleasant surprise seen from the demo.

To be able to activate the better quality graphics, players need to go to the options where they could find two choices: HDR and Standard PS4. Players need to check the HDR option for high quality graphics.

"Final Fantasy XV" Release Date

Rumors about cancellation of "Final Fantasy XV" launching are not supported by an announcement from Square Enix. For this reason, November 29th remains the legit date for its release to PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.


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