Square Enix announced in a press release today the short, medium and long-term goals for future updates to Final Fantasy XV.
Director Hajme Tabata noted that since the conference was in Japanese some of the changes may be “lost in translation,” or might be slightly off.
“Thank you for playing Final Fantasy XV. Final Fantasy XV was able to achieve a truly great milestone, shipping five million copies worldwide on its release day. I Would like to express my gratitude to the many who purchased it.
Currently, we have many players all over the world enjoying themselves. I and all of the staff are really pleased by how you are enjoying this new Final Fantasy.
As promised since before the launch, Final Fantasy XV isn’t just going to end here, and we will continue to update it to provide a richer and richer experience to players all over the world. As a sign of gratitude for exceeding five million shipments, we decided to considerably strengthen the update plan beyond its original schedule, and inform you of a concrete roadmap.
These updates aim to make the Final Fantasy XV gaming experience richer and let you play for a longer time, including improvements based on feedback from players after release. They will be delivered for free in addition to the DLC already announced, in the short, medium and long term.”