The studio is called Luminous Productions. It will be headed up by Hajime Tabata, director of Final Fantasy 15. According to Square Enix, it will primarily develop AAA games as well as new and unique entertainment experiences.
Last month, Final Fantasy 15 director Hajime Tabata teased a version of his game for the Nintendo Switch. But when I asked him about that port to Nintendo’s hot new console, he wanted me to share a different message: He can’t actually find one.
Why buy games on day one any more? A newly planned set of updates for Final Fantasy 15 won’t just fix bugs, they will add story cutscenes and improve the game’s slow-paced 13th chapter by adding more powers to Noctis’s repertoire.