Because quite a few games are "incomplete" with DLC coming out much later and patches to fix up bugs that get discovered after release, it's been my policy that when i get a new game i wait some time for the DLC and Patches to come out.
I went looking on the Final Fantasy Wikia about the DLC currently available for Final Fantasy XV with Episode Ignis coming out in December and while reading about the Assassins Festival DLC the wikia said
It runs between August 31, 2017–January 31, 2018.
now this confused me as Final Fantasy XV is primarily a Single Player game as such in-game events shouldn't be reliant on real life time constraints as if it was an MMORPG so i looked up a previous "event", the Moogle Chocobo Carnival. according to it's wikia
the event originally ran from January 24, 2017 to February 20, 2017, and was released with patch 1.04. With patch 1.13 on July 31, 2017, it was reopened temporarily until September 29, 2017.
now to me it sounds like that i (who pre-ordered the game but waited for the expected DLC) and anyone else who buys the game (especially for when it comes out on steam) now can't access this content since the event is now over.
So i am wondering, is there anyway i can access the Moogle Chocobo Carnival Content now? or do i have to wait until Square decides to allow me access to it?