While Xbox customers can play a hefty variety of titles within the Final Fantasy collection, Final Fantasy XIV stays unique to PlayStation and PC. Xbox boss Phil Spencer famous in 2019 that he needed to see the MMO arrive on Xbox, however nothing has modified after almost three years. Luckily, it appears Spencer has not forgotten his earlier feedback. Japanese outlet Game Watch not too long ago requested Spencer about the potential of Final Fantasy XIV lastly coming to Xbox. While Spencer didn’t supply something concrete, he did present a bit hope for people who nonetheless need to see it occur.
“We certainly announced that (laughs). Naturally, we haven’t given up yet. This is a commitment from both Microsoft and Square Enix to gamers and we will continue to coordinate our efforts,” Spencer instructed Game Watch.
Final Fantasy XIV has been round for fairly a while, however the game noticed an enormous uptick in curiosity during the last 12 months, thanks partially to high-profile streamers on Twitch. For a short while, curiosity truly acquired to be an excessive amount of for Square Enix to deal with, forcing the writer to place a brief halt on new gross sales for the game. Things have cooled down a bit since then, however an Xbox port may actually lead to much more gamers checking the game out.
Earlier this 12 months, Square Enix laid out a 10-year roadmap for Final Fantasy XIV, so the corporate has no plans to cease supporting it anytime quickly. Of course, that roadmap didn’t embrace any plans for Xbox, however that might actually change in some unspecified time in the future. For now, Xbox followers will simply have to attend and see if the scenario adjustments, and if Spencer and Square Enix can discover some strategy to make it occur. Until then, Final Fantasy XIV is on the market on PS4, PS5, and PC, and readers can take a look at all of our earlier protection of the game proper right here.
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[H/T: Video Games Chronicle]