“Final Fantasy XIV Director Naoki Yoshida Wants The Game ‘On As Many Platforms As Possible'” -Newsweek

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Summary: ” We are very careful, accordingly that gamers shall be able to play XIV as if it’s just any other regular Final Fantasy,” Yoshida said. Culture Emails, and Alerts- Get the optimal ever of Newsweek Culture delivered to your inbox “We do call this an expansion but we made sure to have a good, decent amount of story volume included in this title accordingly that you shall be able to virtually give consideration to it care for a full-package, new RPG,” Yoshida told Newsweek. These have been requested accordingly much from the fans, and everybody has been anticipating those jobs so that is something we are very excited about.” That willingness to listen to player feedback and requests has been a major factor in Final Fantasy XIV’s went on growth at the end of A Realm Reborn. After a rocky debut in 2010, Square Enix’s massively multiplayer online role-playing game Final Fantasy XIV boasts a thriving, and devoted fanbase, with more than six million paid subscribers worldwide. The communication ought to be going both ways, not unilaterally.” Making the game accessible to new users while keeping longtime fans loyal has also been key to the game’s ongoing success, according to Yoshida. The first of all iteration of Final Fantasy XIV held a meeting with a poor reception from fans, and critics; Yoshida then took the helm of a completely revamped version, with a new engine, improved servers, reworked gameplay and an entirely new story. The first of all iteration of Final Fantasy XIV held a meeting with a poor reception from fans, and critics. The Final Fantasy XIV team is also exploring the feasiblity of a crossover featuring the main cast of Final Fantasy XV, which introduced for the first time a new whole new generation of fans to the 30-year-old franchise last year. I have instructed the teams to make it a piece of substantial content to enjoy.”   The Final Fantasy XIV team hopes to further expand the game’s subscriber base by making it available on other consoles. We also want to go on bringing in new players accordingly that we shall be continually refreshing our community base by having new blood enter at a fairly regular pace.” There’s plenty of “new blood” to be found in the earlier existing community of Final Fantasy fans.”

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