Update: Square replied to a customer on 12/9, and according to the email (copied below) the fix is coming in a month. A month! Doesn't that just give you that warm and fuzzy pre-order feeling?
Thank you for contacting SQUARE ENIX support,
We apologize for the trouble and inconvenience you have been experiencing. There has been reported issues similar to this concern and we are glad to inform you there should be a patch incoming later this month that resolves the issue. Please be sure to be connected online as the patch/update will begin by itself once it's available. If you run into any other questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to report it on the official FINAL FANTASY XV Forums.
It's obnoxious when you fire up a new game and get that TV zoom calibration screen, but it's an even bigger nightmare when it chops off your game and you can't do anything about it. Such is the case for some Final Fantasy XV players miffed at Squenix for not fully supporting their still-damn-good older televisions. The number of affected players is difficult to determine, but there are at least hundreds pissed-off unique snowflakes hitting the forums for over a week.
It's not just "a little text off to the right" being cut. Some people can't see their MP bar at all. It's bad. A patch is supposed to be finally hitting any day now, according to this forum update made on December 7th, but some people still continue to be affected by this issue. Funny enough, this particular poster might be confused with roman numerals and was posting about FFX Remaster, which makes Square's reply even more puzzling. What's going on here?... read more