Final Fantasy Versus XIII may have gotten a new name and moved to next gen consoles but just like last year’s TGS there won’t be any new information regarding the game this year. The news comes from Final Fantasy XV’s creator and Director Tetsuya Nomura himself. Final Fantasy XV and Kingdom Hearts 3 were confirmed for TGS earlier but it seems we’ll see the old E3 content again.
All hope is not lost though as Nomura will be appearing Sony Computer Entertainment’s Conversations With Creators interview series as announced recently where he’ll be talking about the game’s development and Sony’s Playstation 4. A date for the interview is yet to be announced.
Along with Final Fantasy XV, Nomura is also working on Kingdom Hearts which in currently very early in development.
Since E3, I had the privilege of talking about Final Fantasy XV for the first time in a while,
There won’t be new information at the Tokyo Game Show. I’m sorry, but you can experience a glimpse of Final Fantasy XV in this video. There are various things I cannot yet say, but please look forward to it.
Square announced Final Fantasy Versus XIII changing into Final Fantasy XV at this year’s Sony E3 keynote with a brand new trailer along with Kingdom Hearts 3. Initially announced in 2006, Square did promise a steady stream of information after the XV reveal, so fans were expecting a lot from this year’s Tokyo Game Show which is officially starting tomorrow.
Guess we’ll just have to keep on waiting.
Thanks FF Reunion.