Final Fantasy 14: Terminator postponed to December

The big event of “Final Fantasy 14: Terminator” last night brought surprises to fans: The “Terminator” expansion pack was postponed for two weeks, from November 23 to December 7, 2021. The game producer and director Naoki Yoshida explained that overemphasizing the quality and story of the game led to the unstable release of the game. He was responsible for this and called him “selfish”.

“As we approached the end of development, I completed everything-from the mission to the content of the battle and so on-I couldn’t restrain my desire to further improve the quality of Endwalker, especially because this expansion pack marked the first major climax of the event. So far, FFXIV,” Yoshida said in a blog post.

“Unfortunately, the consequence of this is that we end up in a situation where we have shortened the time required for the final quality assurance check due to the time spent on additional improvements,” he continued. This led to a compromise on the stability of the game: “Therefore, I humbly ask everyone to forgive me for the decision I made,” Yoshida said.