Square Enix developers have teased their plans for 2021 in a large group interview on Famitsu, including the Final Fantasy series and more.
Various Square Enix developers have teased their plans for 2021 in a large group interview on Femitsu.
The creators of Final Fantasy XIV and XVI, Naoki Yoshida, reported that they expected 2021 to be the busiest year of their careers, with both announcing a variety of announcements for the games.
We already know that Square Enix will host a big event in February, when the new Final Fantasy XIV expansion will likely take place.
Final Fantasy VII remake producer Yoshinori Kitase reported that a second game was being developed, but we should wait for more details. He did not give specific indications when we might expect those details to be revealed, but he said he would be involved with the series in 2021 and beyond.
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Bravely Default II producer Tomoya Asano mentioned that he expected the game to be a success and to move on to the next game.
Producer Mashi Takahashi (who also worked on Octopath Traveler) said that other games progressed in parallel.
The creator of the Dragon Quest series Noroshi Fujimoto said that he would like to announce something for the franchise’s 35th anniversary in 2021.
Saga series director Akitoshi Kawaju mentioned that his next play is still a mystery.