Regardless of important reward and business success for latest tasks like Final Fantasy XIV and Final Fantasy VII Remake, collection producer Naoki Yoshida has greater hopes for the franchise. Particularly, Yoshida thinks the collection has some catching as much as do with the remainder of the business.

“By way of whether or not Final Fantasy is efficiently adapting to business traits, I consider the collection is at present struggling,” Yoshida advised Inverse. “We’re now at a degree the place we obtain all kinds of requests concerning the route of our sport design. To be trustworthy, it’d be unimaginable to fulfill all these requests with a single title. My present impression is that each one we will actually do is create a number of video games, and proceed creating the finest that we will at any given time.”

If certainly one of Yoshida’s principal objectives is to create many several types of Final Fantasy titles, then Sq. Enix is doing a fairly good job as of late. This yr has seen the launch of Chocobo GP, Final Fantasy VI Pixel Remaster, and Stranger of Paradise: Final Fantasy Origin, together with continued help for a few of the franchise’s cellular choices. A Disaster Core remaster is due out later this yr, and 2023 is scheduled to see the launch of Final Fantasy XVI and Final Fantasy VII Rebirth.

These titles additionally test off all kinds of containers, from remasters, to remakes, to spinoffs, to a model new mainline entry in the Final Fantasy collection. So, it is unclear precisely what route Yoshida desires to see the collection go by way of matching or exceeding the remainder of the business.

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Yoshida has been concerned with the Final Fantasy franchise for some time now, most notable serving as the producer for Final Fantasy XIV and its expansions, in addition to the upcoming Final Fantasy XVI. Final Fantasy XIV has been very effectively acquired since its A Realm Reborn reboot again in 2013, with its most up-to-date growth, Endwalker, launching simply final yr to rave critiques.

For extra, you’ll be able to try IGN’s personal interview with Yoshida from earlier this summer season, the place we took a deep dive into new Final Fantasy XVI particulars.

Logan Plant is a contract author for IGN. Yow will discover him on Twitter @LoganJPlant.

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