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Phil Spencer "didn't give up" on bringing Final Fantasy 14 to Xbox

Phil Spencer “didn’t give up” on bringing Final Fantasy 14 to Xbox

Phil Spencer wants you to know that Microsoft isn’t “giving up” to bring Final Fantasy 14 – currently only available on Sony consoles – to Xbox.

It’s been three years since Spencer first mentioned his plans to bring Square Enix’s favorite MMO game to Xbox and while there’s been no movement, Spencer has given a “commitment” that the company is still trying to make it happen.

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He laughed when asked, “Hahaha, you said that.” Watch the game If he remembers talking about her in 2019.

“Of course, we haven’t given up yet,” added our friends at VGC and Duolingo Japanese, according to Google Translate. “This is the commitment of Microsoft and Square Enix to fans of the game, and we will continue to coordinate.”

Just last year, Final Fantasy 14 director Naoki Yoshida said he was “positive.” MMO is finally coming to Xbox.

“I feel bad for saying the same thing every time, but we’re still in discussions with Microsoft, and I feel like our conversations are going on a positive note,” Yoshida said at the time.

Xbox Boss Phil Spencer recently gave his thoughts on the dispute between Microsoft and Sony over the previous acquisition of Activision.

When asked if Microsoft was ready to go beyond its recently announced pledge — to keep Call of Duty on PlayStation for several more years — and possibly promise it would stay on PlayStation forever, Spencer said his expectation is that Xbox will “continue” to ship Call of Duty. on PlayStation and elsewhere.

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