Famitsua compilation of the aspirations of Japanese game creators for 2021 also included key staff members of Square Enix who worked on the company’s largest franchise: Final fantasy series. The composition contains producers for not only the console games such as Final Fantasy VII Remake and Final Fantasy XVI but also the Final Fantasy Brave Exvius mobile games.
The following are the ambitions of 2021 Final fantasy producers of Square Enix.
Yoshinori Kitase – Final Fantasy VII Remake
‘In 2020 I could release FFVII Remake, which was my long-standing wish. The new world of FFVII has just started. My goal is not only for 2021, but also for the future. I’m excited because I can not even imagine how the story will expand in the future. Please look forward to it.
“Of course! We are currently working on further expansions to FFVII. But please wait for the details. ‘
Final Fantasy VII Remake was released simultaneously for PlayStation 4 worldwide on April 10, 2020. It has surpassed 5 million copies in physical shipments and digital sales combined as of August 2020.
Kay Hirono – War of the Visions and Final Fantasy Brave Exvius
“It’s going to work every year, but I want to move forward while keeping continuation and evolution in mind. FFBE entered her 6th year and War of the Visions, who is also part of the series, entered her 2nd year. I continue to develop daily to strive for continued management of both titles until they reach their tenth year of existence.
‘I want to do my best so that I can deliver even better player experiences in the future. I will do my best to expand the FFBE series even further! ”
The mobile RPG Final Fantasy Brave Exvius and its strategy finish War of the Visions is available on Android and iOS devices.
Naoki Yoshida – Final Fantasy XIV and XVI
‘2021 will be the busiest year of my career. While looking after my health, I want to be able to deliver surprises and excitement to all players and players throughout the year!
‘Please look forward to the different announcements for both Final Fantasy XIV and Final Fantasy XVI! ”
Final Fantasy XIV is immediately available on PlayStation 4 and PC. Square Enix currently holds a 50% sale for the online RPG until January 19, 2021. Naoki Yoshida also works as the producer of the latest main game Final Fantasy XVI, currently being developed for PlayStation 5.
“I’m already at an advanced age, which is why I give my health priority. I will do my best at work.
“All the concerts and stage performances in 2020 have been canceled or moved to deaf live shows. I really hope I can enjoy it with everyone in 2021. I will wait for you all. ‘
The Final Fantasy VII Remake The Orchestra World Tour was originally scheduled to take place in 2020, but it was postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic. Most venues have since received new concert dates ranging from February to December 2021.