When he was asked if he has more plans on "FFXV" and if he is now ready to embark on a new project, the game director came up with an interesting response. Besides the Assassin's Festival crossover event, they recently released patch 1.15, while Episode Ignis is scheduled for release in December. Final Fantasy XV may very well turn into the new Skyrim when it comes to mods, and the possibilities could be endless.
Whether it is graphic touch-ups or adding explicit contents, mods remove every boundary on a video game and they are partly why many gamers are unwilling to move away from the PC system. "If there is that call for it, these people really do want to see a certain piece of content realized and added to the game, I very much would like to try and see if we can make that reality".
In other words, Tabata is prepared to make a transition to a new project if the RPG fans want Episode Ignis to be the finale, or if they still would like to see a Luna or Ardyn DLC. While there is nothing else planned at the moment in terms of other collaborations or crossovers, if another chance like this appeared that could be beneficial for both sides, it's "definitely" something the team would like to look into.
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The source added the leaders wanted to increase the effectiveness of the current sanctions by helping others to implement them. Before the meeting, May described Japan as "the UK's closest security partner in Asia" and a "like-minded partner".
"At the end of the year, I think we do have to have a drawing of the line and moving on to do the next project as well", Tabata said. Thanks to this confirmation, we are able to spot one or two individuals that have pledged to bare it all in Final Fantasy XV.
This is a bit odd given that this is the same setting that the PS4 Pro version of Final Fantasy 15 employs. You can find him rambling about Persona and cute animals on Twitter.