Final Fantasy 15 Director Wants People To Cry At The Game’s Ending
I’ll cry if the game is delayed again.
At long last, it seems as though Final Fantasy 15 will finally launch this year. In a way, it seems a bit unreal. It’s been ten long years after all!
Regardless, with the game almost here, we are now getting to hear more and more about it, with more and more frequency. Ahead of the event later this month where the game’s final release date and details will be announced, Square Enix’s Hajime Tabata spoke to Game Informer about the title, where he expressed the hope that players will find the ending of the game to be an emotional one.
“I want to create a very emotional ending to the game and want to make as many people cry as possible,” he told Game Informer. “You’re spending so many hours playing the game, so when I finish a game and it ends on a sour note and it doesn’t move me, it gets me disappointed. At least make me cry or give me some emotion! I want to give a moving ending for the consumers who invest so much time.”
“There are some team members that were here for VII,” he said. “They’re taking on the challenge of trying to exceed that title once more, which is a great motivator for them. FFVII sets a very high goal for us, but it serves as a good goal. It brought in new audiences, sales, and more.”
That doesn’t sound too good to me! Looks like I need to make sure I don’t get too attached to anybody or anything when I play Final Fantasy 15– it sounds like it will have a sad ending!