Square Enix partners with JSC and GAEA for Final Fantasy XV on mobile – Pocket Gamer.Biz
Square Enix has joined forces with South Korean developer JSC and Japanese developer GAEA for its upcoming Final Fantasy XV mobile undertaking.
As reported by Enduins, the sport can be printed first in China by Oriental Pearl and can be created utilizing Unreal Engine four. Niko Partners senior analyst Daniel Ahmad famous on Twitter that the sport was first introduced in 2017 and was scheduled for a 2019 launch, which it has clearly missed.
Though primarily based on the unique Final Fantasy XV, which launched in November 2016, this title can be set in a parallel world and will function massive scale multiplayer parts in addition to new content material. New areas can be added to the sport together with new continents that may reside within the sky, alongside the Great Pagoda.
“Final Fantasy XV mobile has an immersive story, attractive characters, and JRPG-specific feels,” mentioned JSC CEO Park Ji-young.
“We are doing our best to implement it (the FF signature style and feel).”
Final Fantasy XV presently has no launch date however is ready to launch first in China with a worldwide launch deliberate afterwards. The first gameplay trailer will debut someday within the first half of 2020.
Square Enix just lately revealed that the agency can be trying to develop its presence in India and broaden its enterprise within the area in 2020.
Daniel Ahmad can be talking at Pocket Gamer Connects London 2020 on the subject of PC and console gaming in Asia. Get your tickets now!