Square Enix recently announced that Final Fantasy 14: End of Aria will be postponed to December 7. Producer Naoki Yoshida apologized in tears. Final Fantasy 14 producer Naoki Yoshida said in the latest live broadcast that the game 6.0 version of the expansion package Arabic End Yan will be postponed to December 7, two weeks later than the original date.
In addition, Naoki Yoshida confirmed that the extended early access period has also been postponed by two weeks to December 3, 2021. He said that the short delay is to allow the development team to make final adjustments and improvements before the release.
This is a decision we finalized and made last Friday, so it was very sudden, he said. This is not only the first bounce of votes for Final Fantasy XIV, but also the first time in my entire career that bounced after announcing the release date, so I feel very sad about it.
The End of Aria is known as the biggest expansion pack of Final Fantasy 14 so far and will end the current long-term storyline of the game. Naoki Yoshida said in tears that the pressure to make the expansion pack eventually led to mistakes.
He added: I know I may be too critical of everything in this expansion pack, but considering that we continue to move forward after the milestone in Final Fantasy XIV, we need to make sure to go all out and do our best for this expansion pack. Yes. In a blog post after the live broadcast, Naoki Yoshida said that his selfishness was the cause of this mistake.