Tetsuya Nomura has commented on the development of two of his upcoming projects, “Final Fantasy XV” and “Kingdom Hearts 3.” According to a report by Player Essence on Aug. 17, the director confirmed that both video games will be developed first on the PC using Direct X11.
The development teams of Square Enix will then port “Final Fantasy XV” and “Kingdom Hearts 3” to compatible consoles. He also stated that they are hoping that the quality of the video games won’t be hindered when porting to consoles. You can check out his full comments below (courtesy of Player Essence):
Whichever consoles that handle that tool can be used to port the game, so we just care about the specification of each hardwares, and we hope that they would maintain the original high quality of the game we are making when it’s ported to the consoles.
Even though “Final Fantasy XV” and “Kingdom Hearts 3” are being developed for the PC first, Square Enix has only confirmed that the two titles will be coming to the PS4 and Xbox One. The company did hint that a PC version is possible.
Tetsuya Nomura is the main director behind “Final Fantasy XV,” which was known previously as “Final Fantasy Versus XIII” before the name change. He is also co-directing “Kingdom Hearts 3” along with Tai Yasue.
“Final Fantasy XV” and “Kingdom Hearts 3” currently have no release time frame announced. You can check out several screenshots from the two upcoming role-playing game in the slideshow near the top of this article. You can pre-order the products from Amazon in the following links: “Final Fantasy XV,” “Kingdom Hearts 3,” PS4 and Xbox One