One of the co-directors behind the upcoming “Final Fantasy XV” has been selected to be a part of a special committee at Square Enix. According to a report by Nova Crystallis on Oct. 17, Hajime Tabata is joining a group that will be ensuring a group that is going to hold meetings to ensure the quality of future “Final Fantasy” video games. The other members include Yoshinori Kitase, Naoki Yoshida and Motomu Toriyama.
Hajime Tabata was previously responsible for three high-profile video games on the Playstation Portable: “Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII,” “Final Fantasy Type-0” and “The Third Birthday.” He will be co-directing the upcoming “Final Fantasy XV” along with Tetsuya Nomura. You can check out some screens from the latest mainline “Final Fantasy” title in the slideshow near the top of this article.
Despite being credited with working with the previously installments and being more recognizable than the other individuals in the group, the aforementioned Tetsuya Nomura is not part of the special committee.
“Final Fantasy XV” was previously referred to as “Final Fantasy Versus XIII” before being re-announced during Sony’s press conference at the Electronic Entertainment convention earlier this year. The sequel is being developed for the forthcoming PS4 and Xbox One next-generation systems. Square Enix has not yet announced the official release date plans for the action role-playing game. You can pre-order the products from Amazon in the following links: “Final Fantasy XV,” PS4 and Xbox One