In a recent special issue of Square Enix, Hajime Tabata, the director Final Fantasy XV, announced the imminent resignation from Luminous Productions and Square Enix Group. Consequently, three of them four downloadable content announced in April this year was also canceled.
Tabata was also the director Core Crisis: Final Fantasy VII and Final Fantasy tip-0, replacing Tetsuya Nomura as director of the FFXV from 2013, which in turn has been dedicated The Angel of the Heart III. Through his Luminous Productions studio, a subsidiary of Square Enix, he sought to promote innovative triple A technology titles. Now you will focus on new personal projects.
Regarding Final Fantasy XV, announced the four-episode DLC plan announced Dawn of the futurewill only let the light see "Ardyn Episode", which will take place 30 years before the main story. This episode will be released in March 2019. However, the episodes of Aranea, Lunafreya and Noctis will not have this opportunity despite their previous announcement.
A "Prologue of the Ardyn Episode" was announced taking advantage of this opportunity, being a shortscrew advance that will premiere on December 15th and January 10th. On the other hand, "Brothers of Arms" multiplayer mode in FFXV will be released as an independent product for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on December 12th. This new version will include new bosses, costumes and weapons. It will cost $ 9.99, but it will be free for those who have already bought the previous edition.
Finally, Final Fantasy XV will have a collaboration with Final Fantasy XIV at the "Adventurer in Another World" event, which will begin on December 12th. Finishing this event will give multiplayer players online with themed costumes
This news of FFXV comes shortly after a financial report of Square Enix that showed an extraordinary loss of $ 33 million. The cancellation of all future content and even the resignation of Tabata would be directly related to this.
And in this way, it is that "in the end" we can take our divided criticism Final Fantasy XV.
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Via: The game informant