Final Fantasy XIV is an MMORPG where you play as an adventurer, chosen by the goddess Hydaelyn to become a Warrior of Light and save the land of Eorzea from the forces of Darkness. In a recent interview conducted by Youtube channel Easy Allies, the game’s director, Naoki Yoshida was asked about the status of an Xbox version.
In the interview (you can view his comments at around 3:40), Yoshida says, “we are still in discussions with Microsoft and I feel like our discussions are going in a positive-like tone. I don’t want to say we do not have an Xbox version, but I’m hoping that the timing will be very soon that I will have some kind of update to the players.”
Final Fantasy XIV has been enjoying a huge boom in popularity and financial success in the past few months. It has become the most profitable entry in the entire Final Fantasy franchise and has accumulated over 24 million players without any signs of slowing down.
Could this “positive tone” mean that Microsoft recognizes Final Fantasy XIV’s recent surge in popularity and would be willing to capitalize on it by allowing the devs to make an Xbox Series X|S port in the foreseeable future? Obviously, if it was ported to the platform, it would only gain more players. Perhaps it can become one of the best games to grace the Xbox platforms? Only time will tell.
Final Fantasy XIV’s fourth expansion, Final Fantasy XIV: Endwalker will be released on Nov. 23, 2021 for PC and PlayStation systems. It will feature new playable races, Jobs, mounts, and much more content for players to indulge in as they explore the heart of the Garlean Empire for the first time, Garlemald.
The Final Days draw closer
Final Fantasy XIV: Endwalker
It’s time to end this war once and for all.
A decade-long saga between the forces of Light and Darkness will soon reach its final conclusion in Final Fantasy XIV: Endwalker. This expansion will feature the biggest story arc in Final Fantasy XIV’s history, two new playable jobs, tons of new mounts to collects, and new areas fans have been waiting to explore for years.