The "Final Fantasy" games have seen better days on past consoles, releasing two to three full-fledged entries into the main series. In the past, "Square Enix" had released a new title soon after the system's launch date giving the development team room to work on a number of sequels. In the year 2006, "Square Enix" declared the releases of "Final Fantasy XIII" and "Final Fantasy Versus XIII" for the PS3. Only one of those titles saw the light, while the other is still constantly postponed. A rumor comes from VGLeaks on Mar. 19, 2013, exposing new details about the release of "Final Fantasy Versus XIII."
The rumor is that the developers have changed the title to "Final Fantasy XV" and will supposedly remove all connections between the new game and the universe of "Final Fantasy XIII" which it was proclaimed to be set within. The game will be featured on the PS4 exclusively as "Square Enix" will work jointly with Sony on the project. A release date for the game was not mentioned.
This all represents a major change in the way "Square Enix" has been developing the Final Fantasy series. Some fans of the series solely bought the PS3 console to play both "Final Fantasy XIII" and "Final Fantasy Versus XIII" only to be disappointed by postponements. This year's E3 is sure to showcase what "Square Enix" has in store for the new title, hopefully to put these rumors to rest.