Final Fantasy XV has sole 6.5 million units

Final Fantasy XV has now sole 6.5 million copies worldwide, diversion executive Hajime Tabata revealed.




Square Enix’s new efforts to make Final Fantasy XV a core of a new universe-within-an-IP business indication have apparently paid off. The game, that sits during a core of a universe of ports, re-releases, and transmedia products, has remade significantly given a launch in 2016. The Japanese publisher has updated a movement RPG with a smattering of giveaway new calm updates to enhance a diversion that dramatically change it from a launch state, joined with a tide of reward paid calm to boot. The diversion is even removing a possess MMO-like online mode.


This new business indication has been utterly cultivatable for Square Enix, and a publisher hopes to reap even some-more success by bringing Final Fantasy XV to all platforms, including mobiles and PC. According to diversion executive Hajime Tabata, a landmark RPG has sole 6.5 million units to date, adult 500,000 units from a original figure announced in January.


“From a business standpoint, we’ve achieved over 6.5 million units, and a fact that we’re still going to be putting out calm compartment a launch of a Windows Edition–and afterwards we have a Pocket Edition–this plan has been unequivocally successful for us,” Mr. Tabata pronounced in an talk with Gamespot. “But from a personal level, and from a dev group standpoint, what unequivocally resonates with us is a fan feedback we got from a day one release. A lot of a vital criticisms was that they felt a story was lacking in certain aspects. So for us, we did a best to give behind and addition those areas where people felt it was lacking.”


Due to these updates, ports, and a poignant roadmap of content, we recently admitted that Final Fantasy XV is a new Skyrim–and we mount by that 100%.

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