Final Fantasy XV is still a ways out if today’s presentations hold any meaning. Despite words from director Hajime Tabata that the game was progressing as planned, Square Enix decided not to announce a release despite plans for one already laid out internally.
Speaking to DualShockers, Tabata said the game is now 65% complete and “all the plans are now solidly in place both for development and marketing. Everything is ‘proceeding very well’ and development is on target.” The game – according to him – is on target for completion.
Additionally, Tabata confirmed the new swamp area shown today – which takes place in the second half of the game – is around 70-80% complete and that there are many parts of the game in the same state.