Final Fantasy 15 'quite far into development, given high priority' by Square

Development on next-gen RPG Final Fantasy XV is coming along well, series producer Yoshinori Kitase has suggested, telling that the game is "quite far into development" and has been given a "very high priority" status by Square Enix.

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SquareSoft985d ago (Edited 985d ago )

"In a way there is stuff from the past that we've done in previous Final Fantasies that may come in handy, that we may adapt or reuse or recreate for a future [title]," - Yoshinori Kitase, director of FF6.

Yoshinori Kitase, please be the director of FF16.

listenkids985d ago (Edited 985d ago )

I'm sure it will be @SquareSoft

But then again, how many of us assumed Versus was going to be between 2009-2011? We have to be realistic regarding Japanese development, even MGS4 was 2008.

AsimLeonheart985d ago (Edited 985d ago )

I dont understand what the hell are they doing with this game? How much time can developing a game possibly take!? It has been 8 YEARS since the game was revealed! >_< Even now, there are no solid details and the game is again missing in action for more than 7 months.
In the meantime we continue to enjoy the glorious Lightning Saga every couple of years.../s

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goldwyncq985d ago

So how about that trailer?

01animeking985d ago

i really hope they bring it out soon

harrisk954985d ago

It's nice to see that they are giving it "high priority" now that it is no longer a PS3 exclusive. /s

noctis_lumia985d ago

doesnt matter the game will sale triple on the ps4 its a fact

once square see those sweets numbers i bet next ff will be sony exclu

adventureghost124985d ago (Edited 985d ago )

well look at ff13 and tell me that, It sold terribly on Xbox yet they keep pushing it on that system. I don't think Square is ever going to learn or even recover from all of these major mistakes that they have been making.

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