In an interview with VG247 during GamesCom, Square Enix producer Hiromichi Tanaka said that discussions with Microsoft surrounding its Xbox Live policy are one of the reasons Final Fantasy XIV has yet to be announced for the console. “Because 360 has its own policy with Xbox Live that is different from [the] internet, that’s something we’re in discussions with Microsoft [about], to come to an agreement,” Tanaka said.
Tanaka also revealed that the phrase “launch timing” was cut out of SCEA CEO Jack Trenton’s “Final Fantasy XIV exclusivity” announcement at E3, but it does not mean that the MMO won’t see life on the Xbox 360 in the future. Final Fantasy XIV is set for a 2010 release on the PS3 and Windows-based PCs, and is sure to include the cutest Chocobos you’ve ever seen in high-definition.
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