The present and the future of Final Fantasy It will reveal itself in small doses. Square Enix has launched the official web portal for Final Fantasy 35th Anniversary on the occasion of the thirty-fifth anniversary of one of the most emblematic intellectual properties of the Japanese video game. This event will take place on December 18, 2022, so this space will serve as a container for news, announcements and surprises. The website, now available at English and in Japaneseincludes a suggestive message from the producer of Final Fantasy VII Remake, Yoshinori Kitase.
V = 30, VII = 25, XI = 20, la pregunta de Yoshinori Kitase
The official website, currently without references to any of the main projects underway in the studio’s offices —notably, Final Fantasy XVI and Final Fantasy VII Remake Part 2—, will share information about the next titles and derivative products (merchandising). “I hope you are excited for what is to come for Final Fantasy“, We can read.
One of the things that attract attention when entering the official portal of Final Fantasy 35th Anniversary is the message with which Yoshinori Kitase welcomes us: “V=30, VII=25, XI=20. What do you think these numbers mean?”, he begins by saying. “It’s actually the anniversaries of this year’s Final Fantasy titles. Every year there are several titles that celebrate their anniversary, but when you think about it, it’s quite unusual for so many titles from the same series to line up in this way. And so it is. Because Final Fantasy V celebrates its thirtieth anniversary in 2022; Final Fantasy VII does the same with a quarter of a century; while Final Fantasy XI will end this course with two decades behind him.
“This is only possible thanks to the longstanding and passionate support that each of the games in the Final Fantasy series receives from fans like you. Thank you very much. And this year, the Final Fantasy series itself celebrates its 35th anniversary”, underlines the creative, who says goodbye, promising to continue working hard so that each Final Fantasy that arrives from now on “is remembered for a long time”.
Thus, Chocobo GP and Stranger of Paradise: Final Fantasy Origin are just two of the names already known; but there will be many more projects, or so they want to anticipate on the web with a suggestive: “and more…” (and more…).
We remember that this Wednesday, March 9, a PlayStation State of Play dedicated to Japanese games is celebrated. We do not know if there will be information on Final Fantasy XVIbut it is one of the candidates to be shown again at the Sony event.
Source | Gematsu