A Final Fantasy PS Vita Game Could Happen If Players are Vocal Enough, Says FFXV Director

September 23, 2014 Written by Jason Dunning

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With Final Fantasy Type-0 HD skipping the PlayStation Vita, and Final Fantasy XV a PlayStation 4 and Xbox One title, it’s not looking like the Vita will be receiving any new Final Fantasy games soon, aside from the free-to-play port of Final Fantasy Agito+ in Japan.

Catching up with Final Fantasy XV and Final Fantasy Type-0 Director Hajime Tabata recently, IGN asked about the possibilities of another Final Fantasy game coming to Vita, with Tabata saying it would happen if players are vocal enough.

If that happens and Square Enix greenlights a portable Final Fantasy, Tabata would want it to focus on multiplayer:

The potential is always there, but I’ve been making games recently on console. Hypothetically, personally speaking, if I were to work on a Final Fantasy game for, say, the Vita platform, I would love to implement elements of co-op play and versus play, and have a Final Fantasy that has roots in allowing for people to play together.

He added, “I’d aim for the best quality on a limited screen size and try to bring out the best in the device.”

Would you want a new Final Fantasy game on Vita? Or are you happy with Type-0 HD and Final Fantasy XV on PS4?

[Source: IGN]