LOS ANGELES--On Tuesday, Square Enix opened a Q & A session, where president Yoichi Wada and corporate executive Shinji Hashimoto appeared to clear up any of the inquiries that industrialists may have had from its own press conference and other's that followed.
A few key points surfaced, carried first in Impress Gamewatch.
- Although Xbox Live is an independent online service, Final Fantasy XI players on the Xbox 360 will be able to play with other users on the PC or PlayStation 2
. In other words, all three versions of the title will run on the same servers.
- When asked by the press if Square Enix will release any other games on the Xbox 360, president Wada was less than decisive, saying, "We announced only one game this time, but we hope to establish a comprehensive relationship while examining the Xbox 360's capabilities."
Wada also said that Square Enix will be considering the release of Final Fantasy XI on other platforms if it has the required environment.
- When asked if there were plans to port other PlayOnline games to the Xbox 360, Wada commented that Square Enix is examining the possibilities.