Since its reincarnation in 2013, “Final Fantasy XIV” has become on the rise, as well as A Realm Reborn made its debut, lots of new content has become added through these years. Square Enix offers to continue along this path, and then there are no intentions to make another MMO to the Final Fantasy brand, or any other sequel to FFXIV.
This will depend on Final Fantasy XIV producer and director Yoshida Naoki and lead author Banri Oda, who spoke to German Spieletipps during FFXIV Gil Gamescom soon. The two developers are aware they intend to continue to create updates for Final Fantasy XIV and Square Enix, depending on the machine translation want to know, “Insist for the concept of the overall game.”
It’s best if you rely solely on automatic translation, but this the main story seems clear: “There isn’t a prospect of the new online branch.”
This could be good news for players that have recently launched the Shadowbringers expansion. Players who may have invested never-ending hours in the action will be very happy to know that more content is around the road, and Square will not intend to implement Final Fantasy XIV temporarily – regardless of whether it is relatively old.
Yoshida and Oda failed to discuss any specific plans to the extension or update of Final Fantasy XIV, nevertheless they did concur that there are new devices and customization options inside Viera and Hrothgar competitions. Added Shadowbringers.