Director of Last Fantasy 14 Naoki Yoshida has confirmed that progress is already underway on the story for the following enlargement.
Final 12 months, Last Fantasy 14 lastly wrapped up the story it has been constructing in direction of since its relaunch in 2013 with the enlargement Endwalker. The story has been creating for nearly an entire decade, with 4 expansions and plenty of patches slowly telling the grand journey set in Hydaelyn. However in keeping with an interview with NME, Yoshida has already began planning for 7.0, the following enlargement.
“The plot for the principle state of affairs within the Patch 6.X collection has already been accomplished and we have selected its conclusion. At the moment, script-related work for a number of patches and work on the detailed plot are underway. In reality, on my finish, I am already deciding on what I envision for 7.0,” stated Yoshida within the interview.
It is uncommon that an MMO truly totally wraps up the story it is making an attempt to inform, one thing World of Warcraft has an issue with, however Yoshida and co have truly carried out the unthinkable with Last Fantasy 14. The story is not fairly over but, as he notes that extra 6.X patches are on the way in which, nevertheless it’s fascinating that Yoshida is already eager about what to do for the following arc on the earth of Last Fantasy 14.
In addition to bearing on the narrative way forward for the sport, Yoshida touched on the Island Sanctuary, a brand new distinctive space that can permit followers to work together in additional stress-free methods than the principle recreation. “All the pieces is progressing effectively however since that is content material that performs very in a different way from issues we have carried out beforehand, now that Patch 6.1 has been launched, I would prefer to spend taking a better look by showcasing it within the Letter from the Producer Reside for Patch 6.2.”
Yoshida additionally just lately touched on the event of Last Fantasy 16, which is outwardly in “the ultimate phases of improvement.”