During an interview with the games director Hajime Tabata and DualShockers, we learn Final Fantasy XV will receive various updates and improvements throughout the year.
Tabata-san explained that 70% of the development team of the game within Business Division 2 is currently still at work on Final Fantasy XV, while 30% has been moved to other development divisions.
Of the 70% still working on the game, part is working on updates, part on DLC packages and part on the promised virtual reality experience based on Final Fantasy XV for PlayStation VR.
Such a sizable team still at work on Final Fantasy XV certainly shows how much Square Enix believes in the project, and definitely bodes well for the quality of the upcoming DLC packages and updates.
Tabata-san also explained that the studio would like to provide support for the game as long as possible, and at the moment they have plans for a year of content.
While Final Fantasy XV is a good game, there's always room for improvement to make it a great one. With this much development time, you may think Square-Enix would start pre-production on a Final Fantasy XV-2.
Playstation Pro users will be happy to find the promised 60 FPS boost patch will be delivered February 21st.
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