Final Fantasy XIV Details Coming At Tokyo Games Show

By   /   Aug 30, 2012


Famitsu has gotten word straight from the development staff over at Square Enix that we’ll hear details concerning the PS3 version of Final Fantasy XIV at the upcoming Tokyo Game Show (TGS).

Announced back in 2009 for the platform, it was to be the only home console that would see a release of the title. Three years later, we’ll finally get to see what it looks like, remade as A Realm Reborn.

The Japanese magazine also reveals that the PS3 version of the MMORPG will undergo a few user interface changes on the PS3. The console version will not show all the horizontally lined-up icons, and the designers are attempting to fit all main commands into eight items. Targeting has also been improved in the form of a targeting circle in which players will be able to select from.

The Tokyo Game Show will be held 20-23 of September.

Meanwhile if you want to see gameplay of the PC version, here it is.

Source: Andriasang

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