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Final Fantasy XIV Game Director Naoki Yoshida and GameSpot have had a long discussion on the various themes of the game. Among them is the possibility that Final Fantasy XIV will appear on Nintendo Switch and Xbox One, and Yoshida is very satisfied with this idea. In fact, negotiations on this FF14 Gil are still in progress, and the only major obstacle to Square Enix is ??how to achieve cross-platform cross-games. Yoshida quoted the translation as saying:

Negotiations with platform holders have been ongoing. The basic idea of ??Final Fantasy XIV is that we want it to be a cross-platform game with any device or hardware. Therefore, as long as the conditions meet the requirements of the corresponding hardware company, we can pass. Of course, we are talking to Nintendo, Microsoft, and Google, and the chances of the entering the Xbox and Nintendo systems are quite high. We can't say anything now because we are still buy Final Fantasy 14 Gil negotiating, but once we have the details, we can announce it and bring it to everyone.

Final Fantasy VII just appeared on Switch this week, and Final Fantasy IX came last month. So basically, this is a great time to be a fan of Nintendo and Final Fantasy, and I think the announcement into Final Fantasy XIV is a good time.

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