New details have emerged regarding the latest offering from Square Enix, showcasing Lightning from Final Fantasy XIII in a cool new armor and exchanging blows against a mysterious new figure !
Behold !! If you are one of the loyal Final Fantasy fans, who have been disappointed by the latest entry in the series FFXIII, don’t falter. After Final Fantasy XIV, an MMORPG, Square Enix has just announced Final Fantasy XIII-2 – A direct sequel to the previous game. Almost everyone was amazed by the breathtaking visuals in FFXIII created using Square’s new innovation, Crystal Tools. However, most people did not like the linear storyline and the monotonous battle system which did not have the intricacies of its predecessors. There is hope now that Square will learn from their mistakes and produce a game which utilizes the amazing word of Cocoon but remains closer to its origin. Not much detail is available at this time, as the sequel was only recently announced at the Square Enix convention in Tokyo on 18th Jan. However, in the company’s words, it "exceeds Final Fantasy XIII in every aspect".
Square UK further says "Final Fantasy XIII-2 is currently in production with an aim for producing high quality game content which exceeds Final Fantasy XIII in every aspect; namely, a brand-new story which stems from the previous title as well as a battle system which has evolved further since XIII – and more."
It remains to be seen if Square will live up to its words, or if it will just be a lackluster and inferior sequel like Final Fantasy X-2. You can watch the official trailer in HD at the official website or view it on YouTube (also embedded below).
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