Famitsuits collection of Japanese game creators’ ambitions for 2021 also included key employees from Square Enix who worked on the company’s largest franchise: Final Fantasy series. The collection contained manufacturers for not only console games like Final Fantasy VII Remake and Final Fantasy XVI but also Final Fantasy Brave Exvius mobile games.
The following are the ambitions from 2021 Final Fantasy manufacturers from Square Enix.
Yoshinori Kitase – Final Fantasy VII Remake
“In 2020, I was able to let go FFVII Remake, which was my long-standing wish. The new world of FFVII has just begun. My ambitions are not only for 2021
“Of course! We are currently preparing for further expansions FFVII. But wait a minute for the details. ”
Final Fantasy VII Remake was released simultaneously worldwide for PlayStation 4 on April 10, 2020. It has surpassed 5 million copies in physical shipments and digital sales in total since August 2020.
Kay Hirono – The war of vision and Final Fantasy Brave Exvius
“This is going to apply every year, but I want to move on while remembering continuation and evolution. FFBE has entered his 6th year and The war of vision, which is also part of the series, entered its 2nd year. I continue to evolve every day to aim to continue leading both titles until they reach their tenth anniversary.
“I want to do my best so that I can deliver even better gaming experiences in the future. I will do my best to aim to expand FFBE series even longer! ”
The mobile RPG Final Fantasy Brave Exvius and the strategy its spin-off The war of vision are available on Android and iOS devices.
Naoki Yoshida – Final Fantasy XIV and XVI
“2021 will be the busiest year of my career. While taking care of my health, I will be able to deliver surprises and excitement to all players and players of the year!
“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 is currently holding a 50% sale for online RPGs until January 19, 2021. Naoki Yoshida is also working on the production of the latest main game Final Fantasy XVI, currently under development for PlayStation 5.
“I am already in old age, so I prioritize my health. I will do my best at work.
“All the concerts and stage shows in 2020 were either canceled or changed to audience-free live shows. I really hope I can enjoy them with everyone in 2021. I will wait for you all on the spot. ”
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 arenas have since received new concert dates from February to December 2021.