Square Enix reveals its plans for 2021 – Final Fantasy, NieR, Dragon Quest
In an interview with Famitsu magazine, Japanese developers from Square Enix revealed their plans for the next year. There was talk of Final Fantasy XIV, Final Fantasy XVI, the NieR series, Dragon Quest, and other upcoming games.
- Square Enix revealed their plans for the next year during an interview for the Japanese magazine Famitsu.
- Square Enix fans should be pleased. In 2021, the developers will be working on Final Fantasy XIV, Final Fantasy XVI, NieR, Dragon Quest and other smaller productions.
- A game by PlatinumGames entitled Babylon’s Fall is still in development.
- Square Enix announced SaGa Frontier Remastered in November.
2021 will start in just a few days, on this occasion, in an interview with Famitsu magazine, developers from Square Enix presented their plans for the next year
Final Fantasy XIV and Final Fantasy XVI producer Naoki Yoshida expects 2021 to be the busiest year of his career. Square Enix will be hosting a massive Final Fantasy XIV event, which will likely showcase new expansions for the game or an Xbox version. Rumors about Final Fantasy XIV on Xbox One were already appearing in 2019.
Final Fantasy VII Remake producer Yoshinori Kitase said there would be no information about the sequel anytime soon, although it is in the making. He did not give specific answers, but assured him that he would work on it throughout 2021.
Square Enix has a lot of plans for 2021
NieR series producer Yosuke Saito mentioned that the series will continue. The mobile games NieR Reincarnation and NieR Replicant are currently in development.
The same applies to the action game Babylon’s Fall is still in production – just like another brand new game.
Bravely Default II producer Tomoya Asano said he hopes the game will be a success and will move on to another project after its release. Producer Masashi Takahashi, who worked on Octopath Traveler, also added that he is making progress on other games.
Finally, the producer of the Dragon Quest series, Noriyoshi Fujimoto, said he would like to announce something for the 35th anniversary of the series in 2021, and SaGa series director Akitoshi Kawazu has confirmed the creation of the as yet undisclosed game.