Final Fantasy XIV Getting Revamp, Delayed on PS3


Square Enix president and CEO, Yoichi Wada, would like to apologize to the fans of Final Fantasy XIV.

Yoichi recently put out a message on the Final Fantasy XIV website stating that the game has not met players’ expectations and therefore will be subject to some serious changes.

Step one: new management.

"Taking over the role of producer and director is Naoki Yoshida, a passionate individual for whom customer satisfaction has always taken top priority," Yoichi wrote. "We also welcome several new leaders handpicked from the other projects to work with the existing talent on Final Fantasy XIV."

Step two: dealing with the PlayStation 3.

Yoichi informed readers that the PlayStation 3 release of the game will be delayed until March 2011 because the company wishes to have "an update that includes all the improvements" that are planned, rather than just converting the current Windows version. 

For now, fans can continue playing the game as Yoichi stated the free trial period will be extended until the company gets its mess sorted out.



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Author: Greg Galiffa View all posts by
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