Kitase: DLC being considered for future Final Fantasy projects

Saturday, 5th September 2009 20:28 GMT By Stephany Nunneley


Square’s Yoshi Kitase and Motomu Toriyama told VG247 during GamesCom, that downloadable content is being considered for future Final Fantasy titles, but for now, nothing is set in stone for Final Fantasy XIII.

“As far as DLC is concerned, there is no solid plan at the moment for FFXIII,” said Kitase, speaking through his translator. “However, we’ve been listening to overseas fans in Europe and North America and are aware that DLC is very popular and something that people really want.

“So it’s definitely being considered for future projects.”

Kitase stated previously, that should any DLC for FFXIII be released, it would be something along the lines of new items, areas or enemies, and not something that would tie into the story.



  1. freedoms_stain

    After battling through 2 whole hours of random encounters against some of the most bad ass creatures known to man the hero finally approaches his goal: a chest bearing the mythical Ultima Weapon.

    The hero opens the chest. There is no weapon. Instead there is a message inscribed in the floor of the chest “Ultima Weapon – 800 Microsoft Points, please visit the Live Marketplace to purchase this item”.

    Welcome to the present kiddies.

    #1 5 years ago
  2. Phoenixblight

    Thats definately not what Square would do.

    1) FFXIII no random encounters

    2) Worst idea ever the chest would only be there in that case if you did buy said weapon.

    #2 5 years ago
  3. Jadeskye

    Maybe they’ll do something more like the PAL Release of FFX.

    They added additional, super hard bosses to FFX in certain regions among other things.

    800 points and you unlock stupid hard boss #103 that drops rare loots.

    #3 5 years ago

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