Final Fantasy XV’s release window already set
Final Fantasy XV‘s game director Hajime Tabata has announced that the game’s release window has been “roughly decided.” During an interview with GameKult in paris last week, Tabata says that the development staff have been in high spirits since the unveil during this year’s Tokyo Game Show and that development is going smoothly and nearly ready to create the master-build for the game.
At the moment, the problem seems to be not staffing. “The number of developers on the project is actually a serious issue,” Tabata told GameKult at Paris Games Week last week. “We’re going to need a little more manpower as we start working towards the master build, so we’ve started recruiting more developers.” In this case it’s a happy problem to have since the development of the game has actually reached this point (yay).
Tabata continued, “However, a target in terms of which year and season the game will be released has been roughly decided.
“It might be a little bit after what you’re probably hoping for, though.”
Considering FFXV already shifted to the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, it’s already very late since the first announcement of the title. There’s still no word on the actual release date but Animate in Japan seems to be taking pre orders for a 2015 release. It’s something, I guess.Tags: Final Fantasy XV, Square Enix