Issue with “Development Environment” is the Cause for Final Fantasy Agito+ Delay

By   /   Dec 23, 2014

Final Fantasy Agito+ was delayed because of a “big problem within the development environment,” Square Enix has revealed.

The PlayStation Vita version of the free-to-play smartphone game was originally intended for a launch in Japan on January 15. Nearly two months prior to release, Square Enix announced the game to be pushed back to an unspecified date. No reason was cited, and neither was a time-frame mentioned so as to tell fans when they can expect the game to arrive.

“We discovered a big problem within the development environment, and inevitably had to delay the game,” explained Final Fantasy Type-0 HD Director Hajime Tabata in the latest issue of Famitsu. “This is a problem within the development environment of PS Vita, and there’s not much more we can do as a company.”

He then added that there’s little what Square Enix can do right now, except wait for Sony Computer Entertainment to release an update on the issue.

“As soon as we can pinpoint a release date, we’ll announce it at a later time,” he promised.

via Gematsu

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