'Final Fantasy XV' Release Date, News & Update: Square Enix Gets Help From The Creators Of Game of War; Spin-Off MMO For FF XV Possible

By Daniel Flores , Updated Nov 09, 2016 03:07 PM EST

Mobile games has made a brand of their own in the previous years and until today, provides entertainment for all ages. And that is why Square Enix has acquired help from the developers of the mobile game, "Game of War" and could develop a MMO out of "Final Fantasy XV" franchise.

MMO Game For 'Final Fantasy XV'

Reports states that a "Final Fantasy XV" massive multiplayer online game will be develop on the mobile gaming franchise with the partnership between Square Enix and MZ. The upcoming MMO game is said to be based on "Final Fantasy XV" characters, sound track, and storyline.

With the help of the California-based development team, Square Enix can build a reputation for "Final Fantasy XV" on the mobile gaming world, since the company never had an international mobile game hit. MZ on the other hand, has an excellent resume with a consistent top- five grossing game for over three years with games such as "Game of War: Fire Age" and "Mobile Strike."

CEO and founder of MZ, Gabe Leydon spoke to a publication that MZ is thrilled to bring "Final Fantasy XV" to the mobile gaming world. Leydon also stated that working with Square Enix is an honor to for their team and MZ is proud to a part of the "Final Fantasy XV" project.

Square Enix president and representative director, Yosuke Matsuda also gave a statement regarding the collaborating with MZ. Matsuda stated that Square Enix is very excited to work with MZ team to develop "Final Fantasy XV" to the mobile game world.

However, there are no official release dates for the "Final Fantasy XV" mobile game yet, but fans can rest assured that the MMO mobile game will soon be launch in the near future. For more "Final Fantasy XV" news and update stay tuned to Gamenguide!

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