Square hints at downloadable story “volumes” for FFXIII-2

Thursday, 2nd February 2012 07:43 GMT By Johnny Cullen

Square Enix has teased downloadable story “volumes” for Final Fantasy XIII-2.

This comes by way of the Ultimania Guides that launched for the RPG in Japan that launched on Tuesday.

According to director Motomu Toriyama and producer Yoshinori Kitase, the main game is the telling of Serah and Noel’s story, but potential future episodes would feature on Lightning, Snow, Sazh and more.

However, Toriyama and Kitase teased they may also be told through means of media, such as novels.

Andriasang has the full lowdown.

XIII-2 launches in Europe for PS3 and 360 tomorrow.



  1. silkvg247

    So now one of my fave series(es?) is being marred/ruined by greed driven DLC. Yay.

    Gone are the days where you’d get everything you paid for at 50 quid. Worse thing is, no DLC pass with the limited editions? It’ll probably cost in the regions of £100 to own all the “content” they plan on releasing.

    I will wait until the game is old and grey and includes all this “content” in a bundle, for £10-£20 mark. That’s my reaction to this news.

    #1 3 years ago
  2. Clupula

    I’d prefer this to a XIII-3, myself, really.

    #2 3 years ago

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