Final Fantasy X-2 was originally released in 2003, but that doesn’t mean a sequel to the legendary PlayStation 2 game is impossible.
When speaking to Weekly Famitsu, Producer Yoshinori Kitase, director Motomu Toriyama, writer Kazushige Nojima, and character designer Tetsuya Nomura were interviewed for Final Fantasy X20th anniversary.
The publication asked about the continuation of the story and mentioned that Final Fantasy X-2
“In the past there was a time when there were signs that maybe we could do FFX-3“, Nojima explained.
“There was a bit of that swing,” agreed Kitase.
Both Final Fantasy X-2.5 Eien no Daisho and Final Fantasy X Will were written by Kazushige Nojima who wrote Final Fantasy X and X-2which underlines the idea that Square Enix is the world of. wanted FFX keep going. (Nojima also wrote Final Fantasy VII and returned to work Final Fantasy VII remake
According to Nojima, there was already the novella, a plot that combines plot Final Fantasy X-3 was written. “Due to the circumstances, this was not a novel, but instead was made available to the public as a Will radio play.” Therefore, Nojima continues that the novel was called 2.5.
Weekly Famitsu asked how high the probability is Final Fantasy X-3 was made, and from the sound of it, Square Enix doesn’t completely rule that out.
“If there is a Final Fantasy X-3, then for the time being we have the synopsis that Nojima wrote, ”said Nomura, adding that both 2.5 and will are based on it. “It is currently on hold, but the concept itself exists.”
“The possibility is not zero” FFX-2 Director Toriyama interfered. “But first we are not finished with the production FFVII remake, so we haven’t been able to talk about it yet. ”Toriyama is co-director with Final Fantasy VII remake, and we can expect more entries in the series.
Well, that’s certainly not a tough no from Square Enix! But if it gets the green light, don’t expect FFX-3 sometime soon.