Final Fantasy Type-0 HD Cuts Co-Op, Adds An Easy Mode

By   /   Sep 24, 2014

The director of Final Fantasy Type-0 HD, Hajime Tabata in an interview has revealed some new information regarding the upcoming re-mastered edition.

Tabata stated that upon trying out the game after its Japanese release, he realized that it was too difficult and some players would not like to play in such a challenging scenario, which is why this re-mastered edition is going to get an Easy Mode.

New mode will allow players to deal more damage, level up at a quicker pace and last longer in the battles. After playing the easy mode, players will get more familiar with the game mechanics, and then they can play on the normal settings of the game without getting frustrated.

However, it’s not all good news for the fans as Tabata confirmed that co-op mode will not be a part of Final Fantasy Type-0 HD.

The reason why we made this decision was because what prompted us to make a western version of Type-0 in the first place was the demand from the fans. So we wanted to deliver the game as quickly as possible to the fans.

So rather than taking time to remake [the co-op mode], I would rather keep as many of the original elements as possible but still deliver a game as quickly as possible to satisfy the demands of the fans.

This news will certainly disappoint the fans, who were looking forward to playing the game cooperatively, but still it’s a great game, and if you are a fan of the series, then you must not miss out on this one.

Final Fantasy Type-0 HD is going to launch on 17th of March for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

Source: Kotaku

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