We got a bit of new information about Final Fantasy 15 earlier this week, thanks to the introduction of the newest member of the development team in Environmental Artist Hiromitsu Sasaki. The artist was officially “introduced” through Square Enix’s official Twitter account. This introduction was apparently the first of a planned many. While Sasaki was introducing himself, he let it be known that he likes to work on dungeons which “add beauty in scary/dark places.”
The artist added that he very much enjoys trying to make unforgettable dungeon experiences. This last little part appears to be a bit of a tease about some of the content that is going to be in the upcoming game. This little tidbit comes in the middle of a period of time when Square Enix has said it will be releasing information every Tuesday and Friday in the foreseeable future.
This series of tweets certainly follows along with that promised pattern considering it was pushed out on Friday. Some fans of the game series might decide that announcing there are going to be dungeons and then introducing the people who are working on them isn’t divulging a ton of info but it is something. In March, we’re going to be finding out the release date for Final Fantasy 15.