Square Enix seems to be intent on pushing the Final Fantasy XIII world even farther, with hints from an interview that Final Fantasy XIII-3 is not out of the question. Apparently no further content is being developed for Final Fantasy XIII-2. So when Final Fantasy XIII and Final Fantasy XIII-2 director Motomu Toriyama states that there will be some clarity on the Final Fantasy XIII-2 cliffhanger ending, you have to assume that it may have something to do with Final Fantasy XIII- 3 because no other content will be coming for XIII-2.
When asked if Final Fantasy XIII would be talked about during the Final Fantasy 25th Anniversary event Toriyama responded:
“The [FFXIII-2] Lightning download content had an ending that left a feeling mystery and hope. The day when the meaning of this will come to light is not too far off.”
It was suggested that more DLC would be announced after Final Fantasy XIII-2 ended with “to be continued”. However, it seems that instead of getting more DLC to finish the story off, Final Fantasy XIII may actually turn into a trilogy. But at this point it is all speculation and rumors, however the 25th Anniversary is on August 31 so we may not have to wait long for an announcement.
In addition, during the interview Toriyama talked about the Final Fantasy X HD remake and stated: ”Regarding HD conversions, there is a lot to look into, so please wait a bit more.” So us fans waiting for the Final Fantasy X HD remake seem to be out of luck as we probably won’t be hearing anything about it for a while if Toriyama is to be believed.
Are any of you out there desperate for a Final Fantasy XIII-3 or are you like me and waiting for more news on Final Fantasy XIII Versus?
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This article was first posted on July 5, 2012