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Square Enix reports on company issues during broadcasts on YouTube

November 8, 2018, 16:06 – REGNUM
Japanese company Square Enix on its official YouTube channel broadcasts live about the promised additional cancellations for Final Fantasy XV. Also, company management reported large losses.

The Square Enix Guide announces the cancellation of three additional main plots for Final Fantasy XV: "Aranea Episodes", "Lunafrei Episodes" and "Noctical Episodes." Even during the broadcast it was immediately revealed that the addition of "Ardin Episode" was not planned to be canceled, his release would take place in March 2019.

In addition, the company reported that the project was abandoned by the project manager Hajime Tabata. Aside from Square Enix, Taba left the new Luminous Productions studio. The departure of Hajime Tabata occurred against the background of the latest financial statements about the company's huge losses.

Akio Ouji, director of the Luminious Productions brand, said that canceling the add-on would help focus the studio on a new big project. The gaming community has ambiguously responded to Square Enix broadcasts, especially noting that the practice of "live broadcasts that tell bad news" is nonsense in the gaming industry.

We remind you that Final Fantasy is an Action / RPG (role-playing) video game developed by Square Enix for the PlayStation 4 console and Xbox One. Final Fantasy XV is not affiliated with the previous game in the Final Fantasy series. In the middle of the plot is a young man named Noctis Lucis Calum, the crown prince of the state of Lucis, where the last mysterious mysterious crystal left in the world is stored. At the beginning of the game, this crystal was deceived by a troubling nation, Niflheim, which caused a global conflict with other countries who wanted to get crystals. Noctis and his closest friends began a journey to try to recover the lost magical relics.

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