“We’re nonetheless in discussions with Microsoft.”
Last Fantasy 14 director Naoki Yoshida is “optimistic” on the potential for the MMO coming to Xbox.
Talking in an interview with Easy Allies (and reported by TheGamer), Yoshida was requested about whether or not the sport will come to Microsoft’s console. Although he wasn’t capable of share any particulars, it appears conversations are ongoing.
“I really feel dangerous for saying the identical factor each time, however we’re nonetheless in discussions with Microsoft, and I really feel like our conversations are moving into a positive-like tone,” he mentioned.
“I do not need to say we do not need an Xbox model, however I am hoping that the timing will probably be very quickly that I’ll have some form of replace to the gamers. I am certain there’s a number of issues that individuals need to ask about on this topic, and there is a number of issues I’d like to share, however I am afraid I am unable to reveal on these particulars, so when the time comes… I am certain the time will come, so in case you might kindly stand by, that’d be nice.”
His feedback counsel it is a timing concern greater than the rest. And what with Endwalker on the best way, Sq. Enix in all probability has sufficient on its plate with out porting a complete MMO to a brand new console.
Yoshida not too long ago introduced at a press occasion for Endwalker that Last Fantasy 14 is now the most profitable game within the long-running sequence and has now surpassed 24 million gamers.
Little question including an Xbox version would add to these numbers.
Last Fantasy 14 Endwalker is due out on 23rd November throughout present platforms: PC and PlayStation consoles.