‘Final Fantasy 15’: Tabata, No Plans For Handheld Consoles; Nintendo Switch Players Disappointed
"Final Fantasy 15" has been developed for PlayStation 4 and Xbox consoles, which created several issues for the switch players. Hajime Tabata, the game's director has once again expressed his views on not developing the game for the popular handheld console.
Square Enix has successfully developed the game for PS4 and Xbox which caught a lot of players to purchase the game, however, it seems that "Final Fantasy 15" will not arrive in other platforms for now. In a previous report by Gamenguide, Tabata expressed that the game has the ability to run in the switch, however, the game has yet to be tested in the console.
Do you guys think i should bring back these costumes that Nomura created? pic.twitter.com/psvFSsMWXp
— Hajime Tabata (@_HajimeTabata_) April 17, 2015
Although Tabata has been fascinated with the switch's handheld design, he is rather interested in capitalizing the switch's technology, admitting that he is not developing any handheld project as of the moment. Nintendo players may not see "Final Fantasy 15" arriving in the switch anytime sooner.
The Guard Scorpion looks like an even more formidable foe in the second #FFVII Remake screenshot shown for the first time at @MagicMonaco pic.twitter.com/GWaSIm5Cng — Final Fantasy (@FinalFantasy) February 18, 2017
According to Game Rant, the statement of Tabata in not developing a switch version may be a disappointment to the Nintendo users. However, Tabata has used an advance technology in "Final Fantasy 15" in which the switch will not be able to provide. Moreover, Tabata is exploring the idea of implementing new technologies, such as the VR feature.
Switch players may not be able to play "Final Fantasy 15" on the said platform, however, a lot of games will still be enjoyed that is present in its game archive, including the popular "Legend of Zelda: Breath Of The Wild" and "Skyrim".
Nintendo Switch players can only hope that "Final Fantasy 15" will soon be available in the switch. Stay tuned for more Gamenguide update.