Giuseppe Nelva of DualShockers.com gives an in-depth look at the future of Final Fantasy XIV, starting with the new monthly subscription plans and moving on to the updates that will lead to 2.0 and the PS3 launch.
So long to wait until this game! Good job that I have Type-0 and Versus XIII to tide me over until this comes out. Oh, wait...
im lookin forward to it despite all the trash i was sayin a year ago.
The game was trash a year ago, but I think it's actually pretty good at the moment. The changes 2.0 will bring along with the patches before then will completely turn the game around. In case you haven't been keeping up, they'll be changing the servers to add more features, completely redoing the user interface, revamping the entire world, and remaking each class among with a plethora of content. They're basically remaking the game from scrap. It sucks it will take a year for 2.0 to be out, but it seems like it will be well worth the wait.
if they put Versus on hold again, i'll be very mad. >:(
They clearly announced versus way too early.
yep, it just recently got 100% development. and I read somewhere that Nomura did a checking on the game's world and dungeons and he said that he's happy how everything looks. still, the game will probably took year, two or even more to be completed. i'm really curious how much in % it is done. :(
Because obviously a company that has 3500 employees and multiple teams puts a game on hold for another that has 250 people working on it. Logic, shmlogic...
why was it on hold while FF XIII and Type-0 were in making? I don't know you might be right, but maybe there's teams for FF franchise and SE's other franchises and now when FF XIV needs to be reebooted they'll put it on hold once again. I hope i'm wrong.
@LoLZoRz: It has never been on hold. It simply hadn't entered full production yet. All games have a pre-production phase and then they enter full production. They probably entered full production later because the engine (which is new) was not ready. They're just starting to show Luminous now, which means that it's been readied not too long ago.
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