Hajime Tabata, Director of Final Fantasy XV, has now started a new project. He wants to start work next year.
Last week, Japanese publisher Square Enix released “Fellowship”, the third expansion of the “Final Fantasy XV” role-playing game for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Director Hajime Tabata, who is heavily involved in expanding the “Final Fantasy XV” universe and is now focusing on completing the “Episode Ignis” and PC porting, has a look into his latest issue of Famitsu Future given.
Accordingly, Tabata plans seriously next year to start work on his latest project. He said, “I want to take on a new challenge that will allow me to expand even further from the work I’ve done on Final Fantasy XV.”
However, neither Tabata nor Square Enix have indicated which project the director will work on. In the past, Tabata merely emphasized that he wanted to offer players a gaming experience similar to “The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild”. Whether he refers only to the open game world with the many freedoms or means other aspects, he had not explained.