Final Fantasy X-3 Could Happen With Enough Fan Interest

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With a Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD reissue in the works, Square Enix seems to be open to exploring the world of Spira once more.

According to Gameinformer, Final Fantasy writer Kazushige Nojima—who is currently working on Final Fantasy XV— is “open to the idea of a new Final Fantasy X sequel.”

Nojima stated in an interview that the production of the game would match the demand—if the fans cried out for Final Fantasy X-3, then one would eventually come to pass. And, with Final Fantasy XIII receiving multiple sequels, there is a precedent for a game in the series to be treated with multiple follow-ups.

Somewhat irrelevant in recent years, the legendary Role Playing series is looking to return to prominence on the Eighth Generation consoles. And, with multiple products in development—including Final Fantasy XV—Square Enix looks poised to make a considerable statement in this young era of gaming.

 

 

5 comments
  1. Only if you bring back blitzball in the FFX original context. No “coaching” nonsense.

    Edit: And stop trying to whore out lightning and 13 sequels. Lightning is boring and no one likes her. STOP MAKING FF-13 SEQUELS AUGH

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