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Final Fantasy producer Naoki Yoshida thinks revolutionary leaps in the online game trade are on the horizon.

Talking to Insider, Yoshida stated the subsequent decade may see revolutionary gaming experiences as a consequence of the growth of latest units, citing digital actuality chips for example. Actually, Yoshida anticipated issues to maneuver a bit faster than they’ve, however stated the semiconductor scarcity is prone to blame.

“This may dramatically enhance server efficiency and components that could possibly be simulated,” Yoshida stated. “That may result in the creation of a dwelling world that resembles actuality, and even new concepts that create an precise on-line world. There may be the risk that sport growth kinds will drastically change and culminate in a serious turning level not just for video video games however on a regular basis life itself.”

If the chip scarcity is actually holding the trade again from development, we is probably not out of the woods simply but. as Intel’s CEO expects the chip scarcity and different provide chain points to final till no less than 2024. So it might be just a few years till we see if Yoshida’s prediction for a daring new future comes true.

Yoshida is greatest recognized for his work as producer on Final Fantasy XIV, the MMORPG that is recieved a number of critically-acclaimed expansions over the final decade. Final Fantasy XIV followers may also be blissful to listen to that Yoshida wish to deal with one other MMO in some unspecified time in the future in his profession.

“I’m a sport designer, so I at all times have a number of concepts for video games. I can not speak about them right here, however I feel that goes for any sport designer.” Yoshida stated. “I’m the type of one who’s blissful so long as they’ll make video games, so whereas there isn’t something particularly, I sometimes assume that I wish to make yet one more MMORPG title, from scratch, earlier than I die.”

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Elsewhere in the similar interview, Yoshida shared his thougts on why the Final Fantasy collection is struggling proper now.

Logan Plant is a contract author for IGN. You’ll find him on Twitter @LoganJPlant.

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