Phil Spencer wants you to know that Microsoft hasn''t "given up" on bringing Final Fantasy 14 to Xbox.
Three years since Spencer mentioned plans to include Square Enix''s fan-favorite MMO on Xbox, and while there''s been no movement, Spencer gave "a promise" that the company was still trying to make it happen.
"Hahaha, I did say that," he laughed when asked if he remembered talking about it back in 2019.
According to Google Translate, our customers at VGC, and my Duolingo Japanese, "we haven''t given up yet." "This is Microsoft and Square Enix''s commitment to game enthusiasts, and we will continue to coordinate."
Naoki Yoshida, the director of Final Fantasy 14, said last year that the game would be available on Xbox.
"I feel dissatisfied with saying the same thing every time," Yoshida said of the incident.
Phil Spencer, the Xbox manager, wrote recently about the split between Microsoft and Sony over the previous''s ill-treatment acquisition of Activision.
Spencer asked if Microsoft was willing to go beyond its previously-stated promise to keep Call of Duty on PlayStation for several years and perhaps promise it would remain on PlayStation in perpetuity.