At an event in Japan to update fans on some of its new titles, Square Enix officially announced Final Fantasy XIII-2 – which, as you recall, is rumored strongly after the company registered the domain it.
Whether you loved, hated or not play Final Fantasy XIII, there is no denying the fact that the game was a manufacturer of opinion among the players. The first incursion of Final Fantasy on the current generation was a divisive effort, with many people criticizing and putting it in 2010, his list of disappointments, while others thought it was a pretty good game and thought it was unfairly hated al. So it is not surprising that the announcement of a sequel has had a similar reaction mixed. If FFXIII-2 the right of errors and improvement of FFXIII (especially the final at random) is something we will have to wait and see, but for what it’s worth the game will be released later this year in Japan PS3 and XBOX360. So, none of that time without exclusive sense.
The chances of Square Enix would launch the game three days before Christmas? Yes, zero. The possibilities are not going to see the game until March 2012, a year after the release of Final Fantasy XIII? All but guaranteed. Square Enix says that the production of FFXIII-2 is “up” and “is based on the best aspects of Final Fantasy XIII.”
“In particular, a new history and the promise evolved combat system that clearly stand out against the standard of high quality content established by the above title.” The company also revealed that the franchise has sold over 97 million units worldwide through September 2010.
Since its launch last year to mixed reviews, Final Fantasy XIII 6 million copies shipped to retailers worldwide, the publisher says. While some details of the title were revealed, it was confirmed that the Lightning again with a new central character. It is being developed simultaneously on PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 and will be released this year in Japan and winter in Europe and North America.