It takes a lot to make a game now a days. Especially one as immense and scaling as the latest Final Fantasy. This being said Noctis and his road born brothers may have to tide us over for a while to come.
Recently the lead director of Final Fantasy, Tetsuya Nomura sat down with Famitsu magazine to discuss where the production of the much anticipated Kingdom Hearts 3 was at.
“The production process is different than what we’ve had up until now, so I can’t just give you a general idea, but I can say that there are worlds that still remain untouched. We’ve advanced on the production of worlds that have yet to be announced, so we can’t show them for now. As far as development status goes, there’s still a ways to go.”
The above was a translation from the article which discussed numerous other plans Square Enix has for their cash machine.
Gamers have been waiting for this sequel for what feels like centuries now, with it being one of the few sequels in gaming history to skip an entire console generation (Kingdom Hearts 2 originally releasing on PS2 and the next installment being planned for PS4 and XBoxOne).
With some worlds still being developed it could be an additional year or more before we can get a release date confirmed. What are you all waiting for in the next one?