Square Enix's collection of stories first appeared in Japan in April
As it stands, Final Fantasy XV will never truly be "complete," at least not in the eyes of hardcore fans. Those wanting to tie a bow on some of the game's stories can at least look forward to the Final Fantasy XV: The Dawn of the Future novel, but the wait for its collection of stories has been extended.
Originally set for a Fall 2019 release, The Dawn of the Future will now launch in English on June 23, 2020.
The novel hit shelves in Japan back on April 25 of this year. It contains four stories—including tales centered on Aranea, Ardyn, Lunafreya, and Noctis—along with 50 pieces of concept art and full-color images. Square Enix hasn't announced a reason for the delay, but the novel's release is part of its collaboration with Penguin Random House.