In a new interview with French gaming website, JeuxVideo, Hajime Tabata talked a little bit about Final Fantasy XV‘s DLC, stating that the developer wants to “ensure players continue to play” rather than opt for basic content. A translation of the interview (courtesy of Finaland via NovaCrystallis) is as follows:
JV: The players were very curious to know about Final Fantasy XV DLC? Can you tell us more? Will they be scenario or cosmetic DLC?
HT: We will make a concrete announcement on DLC later this summer. Our basic commitment about it is that they must be used to extend the gaming experience and ensure that players continue to play. We do not want basic DLC. Instead, we want DLC that can provoke the enthusiasm of players.
Elsewhere in the interview, Tabata revealed that about 300 people are working on Final Fantasy XV at the moment as its production involves a large volume of data. The game is currently undergoing localization, with the developer “working hard on the final balancing between environments to refine the best adventure.”
For more on Final Fantasy XV, check out our recent coverage of Final Fantasy Uncovered where PSLS’ Chandler managed to sit down with Hajime Tabata and Takeshi Nozue for a chat.