After a decade of development, Square Enix is about to gift the world with Final Fantasy XV. Unfortunately, with so many methods of distribution in modern video game commerce, copies of Final Fantasy XV has already been obtained by players around the world. Since the internet is home to a large amount of gamers, some players who have received the game early have taken to the internet bringing with them spoilers of Final Fantasy XV in an effort to ruin the surprise for those of us who are eagerly counting the hours until the game’s release on November 29th. Square Enix has reached out to Gamer Professionals with a statement regarding the the circulation of the game’s more sensitive secrets.

“One of the major goals of FINAL FANTASY XV is for everyone to enjoy the story and to discover the surprises together through the simultaneous worldwide release. Due to these recent events, videos with unexpected spoilers could potentially be posted online, so we would like to warn everyone who has been waiting in anticipation for this game.

We will also do everything in our capacity to prevent unauthorized footage from appearing online. We would also like to ask anybody that has obtained an early copy of the game to be respectful to those that are looking forward to the official release and to not spoil the surprises for everyone.

A large and dedicated team have worked extremely hard to make this game and to create a FINAL FANTASY that everyone can enjoy. 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 release.”

Fans and developers at Square Enix have both been eagerly awaiting the release of Final Fantasy XV, and it is unfortunate that a select few players with early access to the game have made efforts to ruin an experience that has been that has been 10 years in the making. From us here at Gamer Professional, and on behalf of Square Enix, we would like to encourage you to be cautious while looking for information regarding Final Fantasy XV in the days leading up to its release. For those of you who have resolved to spoil the game for other fans, you should understand that whatever satisfaction you believe you are getting by spoiling the game for other is not nearly as rewarding as experiencing the game side-by-side with other Final Fantasy fans alike. Please do not ruin someone else’s experience because you were lucky enough to receive the game early.