A big topic of conversation coming out of this year’s TGS is Final Fantasy XV and additional content now planned into 2018. Revealed during the game’s final Active Time Report, director Hajime Tabata said the team wanted to create more stories that fill in what fans feel is missing from the main game.
Speaking with Famitsu, Tabata provided further details on what this might mean going forward. The first step will be a new roadmap he’d like to release in November this year. Following the distribution of Episode Ignis in December, they’d then be set to work on the next set of developments right away.
As for how this additional DLC will be sold, Tabata says they’re currently considering a new season pass of sorts and hinted at a second VR title in the works.
Asked again about a possible Nintendo Switch version of FFXV, Tabata stresses there are no plans at the moment, however, they really like the system and have been performing a few tests to see what type of game they’d like to make for it. The first priority is releasing FFXV‘s Pocket Edition along with the Windows Edition for PC and after that the new set of downloadable content next year.
Final Fantasy XV is now available for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.