final fantasy xi will be changing producers, Square Enix has announced. Yoji Fujito will replace Akihiko Matsui, who had been the game’s producer since 2012. Fujito had been the game’s lead director since 2016.
Matsui confirmed in the announcement that he was considering quitting his role as final fantasy xi producer during the game’s 20th anniversary events. Part of that was the uncertainty of where to take the game after completing a previously announced three-year plan. Matsui had also worked from many of Fujito’s proposals, which meant it made sense for him to pass the torch to him.
Fujito’s plans as a producer include introducing new technologies to the game as well as small updates. This will include a major replacement of the main hardware, which will entail a long period of maintenance.
However, Fujito was quick to assure gamers that final fantasy xi He is here to stay, following fears that the game is about to close. He also said he intended to answer fan questions about a future Freshly Picked Vana’diel show. Players outside of Japan will also get this information via a separate summary.
final fantasy xi is available for PC. Older versions of PlayStation 2 and Xbox 360 are no longer supported.
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