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Yoshida Believes Another Debacle Akin To FFXIV Would "Destroy" Square

Posted on Tuesday, November 27 @ 07:37:18 PST by Alex_Osborn

Naoki Yoshida, the director behind the massive disaster that was Final Fantasy XIV, spoke out on the game's problematic launch, confessing that if Square makes a similar misstep in the future, it could very well bring about the end of the company.

Yoshida told Kotaku that he is well aware of what is at stake here, and there's no way they'll release version 2.0 A Realm Reborn before it is ready. "We won't make a mistake like FFXIV again. If we did, it would be like at the level of destroying the company," he said.
It looks like the initial failure of FFXIV didn't come as all too much of a shock to Yoshida, either. "When I heard that it was going to go on sale as planned, I thought, that will probably be a big mistake."

Do you still have hope in A Realm Reborn, or are you completely turned off to the idea of playing a Final Fantasy MMO after what happened with FFXIV? Let us know in the comments below.

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