Square Enix is undergoing a massive change in its company, but that is not bad news for them. Its deal is now reportedly making way to develop a new game, something that the company did not yet reveal to the public or brought explicit details regarding its offers. Speculations say that it is with the “Final Fantasy XVI” title, coming for its 35th anniversary.
Square Enix Sale Brings Development for ‘Final Fantasy’ Franchise
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Tweets by David Gibson shed light on the inside happenings of Square Enix, and it focuses on the upcoming focus of the gaming company that recently had significant changes to it. The company is foregoing some of its studios, but it will use its funds to focus on a game near and dear to the public’s hearts.
A “Final Fantasy” title is bearing fruit amidst all of what happened in the company. Instead of cowering or lying low for it, Square Enix reinforces its developments to focus on its 35th-anniversary release.
It is a significant time for them to release the “Final Fantasy XVI,” as fans already await the sequel title, and it joins the company in its new direction.
‘Final Fantasy XVI’ Coming, Trailer Soon Releasing?
Gibson said that Square Enix is focusing on new titles, but there will be a “major franchise” that will receive most of what it earned from selling the rights to Crystal Dynamics and Eidos Montreal. The $300 million budget will have a massive allocation for “Final Fantasy,” and the title is focusing on a trailer release coming soon.
The insider claimed that there is already a trailer but awaits the public release.
‘Final Fantasy 35th Anniversary, Square
Square Enix is a massive gaming company that brought many titles offered for the public to see, and its different games get an extensive range of what it can offer as a developer. The company recently went on a deal with the Embracer Group, and it sold the studios and rights to the game, including some of its AAA-rated productions.
Included in this deal are the Eidos Montreal and “Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy,” Crystal Dynamics and “Marvel’s Avengers,” “Tomb Raider,” and more.
The deal is not yet complete, but it is intended to push forth with its plans.
Now, the company will focus on its leading franchises in the lineup, with “Final Fantasy” as one of its top titles in its existing development. One of the many famous releases it had was the “Final Fantasy XIV,” which recently got an expansion pack that will border on the “Endwalker” focus.
“Final Fantasy” turns 35 this year, and the game, which was first released in 1987, is one of Japan and the world’s top gaming franchises that brings an action RPG experience for all. Fans already await its next release, with the “Final Fantasy XVI” title; speculations claim to be coming for the public soon, joining its significant milestone.
Written by Isaiah Richard