In an interview, Square Enix ‘Hajime Tabata spoke once again about the upcoming project of the “Final Fantasy XV” team. As he implies, this will probably once again present an open game world. As an inspiration, Nintendo’s “The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild” could be used.
As Square Enix ‘Game Director Hajime Tabata recently indicated, the responsible developer team behind “Final Fantasy XV” is already thinking about his next project.
After it was already said that this will probably only appear for the upcoming console generation, Tabata pointed out in a recent statement that the players may be looking forward to a more open game world. Whether a classic open-world is offered, however, remains to be seen. Tabata: “It’s hard to say whether the whole game will be based on an open world, but I believe that the overall experience that users are offered by a game in a huge area is one thing we do in the next project.
Square Enix: Tabata talks about his next project
In addition to this, Tabata has been extensively involved in Nintendo’s “The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild,” which many players and critics have described as one of the best open-world experiences of recent years. According to his own data, Tabata has not been able to play the title yet, but has received a lot of positive feedback. He says, “I’ve heard a lot from the developer team and their reactions as they played it, and if you listen to the story and feedback, you can say it’s a really complete game, it’s pretty sophisticated Almost a perfect game. ”
And further: “Our goal is probably to use this experience, which the players have made with Breath of the Wild, using our own technology and our own know-how. We have set ourselves the goal of creating a high-quality game with a strong visual element, creating a world that is immersive and beautiful. ”
For the time being, however, the team behind “Final Fantasy XV would like to focus on new content for the roll-up game, which is to appear in the coming weeks and months.