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Final Fantasy Type-Next, The Sequel, Gets Artwork By Tabata
Final Fantasy Type-0 HD might just have released but it has been four years since the original game hit the racks for PlayStation Portable.
Seeing that the game was popular enough to warrant an HD remake, a sequel shouldn’t be far away; and with so many years between now and the initial release, there must be something that Square Enix can share on that front.
That was what I had been thinking a couple of days ago; as if he read my mind, Hajime Tabata the game director took to the stage and revealed that a sequel has been in the works.
Tentatively called Final Fantasy Type-Next, the game has been in development for a while now; the team at Square Enix was on it shortly after completing Final Fantasy Type-0.
Hajime Tabata, who was at a Type-0 HD launch event in China, not just confirmed that you are going to get a sequel but he also showed off concept art images for the title.
Tabata is also the director of FF:XV and sometime ago he was asked to focus all his efforts on just that. This resulted in a halt in the development of Final Fantasy Type-Next. However, it is going to be picked up again once FF:XV gets released.
Back in 2011, Square Enix had also registered trademarks for Type-1, Type-2 and Type-3 which led many to believe that the sequel in question is going to be called Type-1 down the line.
Final Fantasy Type-0 released originally in October 2011, Type-0 HD released on March 17; when do you think we will be able to play Type-Next?