Final Fantasy producer says series ‘struggling’

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Final Fantasy XVIProducer Naoki Yoshida has been very vocal about the current state of Final Fantasy. In a recent interview with inversehe said, that the long-running RPG series hasn’t been very adaptable to the nautical changes in the game industry.

“In terms of whether Final Fantasy successfully adapts to industry trends, I think the series is currently struggling.” Yoshida said. “We are now at a stage where we are receiving a variety of requests regarding the direction of our game design.”

Final Fantasy XIV It was originally known as General game When it was launched in 2010. The players were unhappy, and so was the development team she was frustrated. Once Yoshida took the helm as the ill-fated MMORPG producer, FFXIV test full revival. The game is now spoken of as competitor to world of cansAnd the latest expansion was so predictable that Square Enix had to stop sales to manage congestion. He’s one of the most qualified people to talk about the show’s need for innovation. His belief is one of the reasons why he took FFXVI in darker direction Of the most Final Fantasy Toys.

Yoshida seems to be trying to set realistic expectations for the series, which he did earlier to explain it shortage, scarcity, lack Final Fantasy XVI Updates. “Honestly, it would be impossible to fulfill all these requests with one title. My current impression is that all we can really do is create multiple games and continue to create the best we can at any given time,” Yoshida said. inverse.

But it wasn’t all gloomy and gloomy Final Fantasy. Speak positively about FFXIVPotential longevity as a live service game. “I want to keep making sure of that Final Fantasy XIV Many will fondly remember it as a fun game that gave them the best gaming experience. I also want to make sure it’s still up and running for decades to come.”

Final Fantasy He might face an uphill struggle, but Yoshida doesn’t seem to see anything bad. “I think the core of the job is getting paid to do what other people find annoying,” he said.

Yoshida is a producer Final Fantasy XVI, the next major single-player game in the series. Depending on the producer, the game will handle more “Mature” themes from previous entriesmost likely due to poor reception of its predecessor Final Fantasy XV. was the game Delayed by the epidemicbut Square Enix has set a release date for Summer 2023.

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