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The Future of Final Fantasy XIII Developments To Be Announced on September 1

From Andriasang

“Square Enix will detail future developments for the Final Fantasy XIII project on September 1 during a stage show at the Final Fantasy 25th anniversary event in Shibuya. The publisher outlined its full plans for the event today.

The 25th Anniversary event will be held from August 31 through September 2. The first day will be an early demo event and opening ceremony exclusively for the press and some lucky members of the Square Enix Members fan club. The following days are open to the public.

The Final Fantasy XIII stage will be held on September 1 at 11:30. The stage is titled “Final Fantasy XIII Lightning Saga: New Developments Presentation.” Square Enix is promising details on the future of the FFXIII project. The game’s producer, director, art director and other members of the staff will be in attendance.

Other stage shows on September 1 include a Final Fantasy XI music presentation and a Final Fantasy XIV special stage which promises new information on the long awaited Version 2.0 revision.

The September 2 stage events kick off with the Final Fantasy VII 15th Anniversary Stage. This stage will feature appearances from voice actors. Later that day, Hajime Tabata, Yusuke Naora and other developers will appear for a live recording session of Square Enix’s Squeni Chan! Presents radio broadcast. The topic for this is a discussion of the future of Final Fantasy.

Square Enix has not made any mention of live broadcasts for these stages, so we’re going to have to wait for details to trickle out from attendees or press.”

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