Final Fantasy 14 producer/director Naoki Yoshida has confirmed that there is no plan to make a sequel to the fans' favorite MMOs soon.
In an interview with the primary story writer Banri Oda, both developers told the German website Spieletipps that since Square Enix is still working on the current game and the team still has content and updated ideas, there is no prospect of a sequel. Besides, perhaps when the player needs FFXIV Gil, you can click on the MMOAH homepage, and it will solve the problem for you.
Neither Oda nor Yoshida, they haven't yet considered why they haven't found the following iteration of MMO, which itself replaced its predecessor this season, nonetheless, they did acknowledge that Square continues to be negotiating with Microsoft to get fantasy games to Xbox One. However, until now, there is no transparent window.
Yoshida added that he is satisfied with the game's subscription model and said that the current arrangement allows the team to update the game quickly and suggests that Viera and Hrothgar will soon receive new equipment and customization options.
The Shadowbringers extension was released on July 2nd in a massive update of 16 million players worldwide. It continues the main story of Final Fantasy 14 and lets the player deviate from the dark side for the first time. There are new competitions Viera and Hrothgar as well as new jobs, Gunbreaker and Dancer, as well as numerous new exploration locations. In May, Square Enix revealed about 16 million players worldwide.
"Final Fantasy 7" not only re-shoots in 2020 but now also reports that the live-action version of Final Fantasy TV is coming soon. Although said to be based on Final Fantasy 14, it will be an "original story" that has not yet explored in the game. Finally, if you need the cheap and easy to use Final Fantasy 14 Gil, please visit the MMOAH homepage, and they will have a game currency that will satisfy you.