The only thing stopping developers Square Enix from making Final Fantasy X-3 is the current Final Fantasy VII Remake series.
With the epic FF7 Remake completed, another Spira-based sequel could be the team’s next major project. On the downside, it will take a long time for this to happen.
Producer Yoshinori Kitase, director Motomu Toriyama, writer Kazushige Nojima, and character designer Tetsuya Nomura were interviewed in the late July 2021 issue of Weekly Famitsu magazine.
They talked about previous sequels including X-2, X-2.5 book Eien no Daisho and X-Will audio drama to commemorate the 20th anniversary of Final Fantasy X. The four of them also verified the existence of an FFX-3 Synopsis.
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“The chance of the game being created is not zero,” Toriyama remarked. “But first, we’re still working on the FF7 remake, so we can’t talk about that just yet.”
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When will Final Fantasy X-3 be released?
You’d have an easier time predicting how long Square Enix would continue developing FF7 Remake games at this point. So far we have a full game and a two-chapter DLC.
They barely cover a tiny bit of the plot in the original game. Since the game’s various specific systems and locations are already created, subsequent entries should potentially take less time to develop. But we’ll have to wait and see.
The execution time
“We have a general idea of how the plot will unfold,” Kitase said in Final Fantasy VII Remake Ultimania, which will be released in May 2020.
“There is a rumor that there will be three parts, but we are taking it one step at a time.” It will take longer to complete the story if we break it into big chunks. It will be easier to build if we separate it into smaller, more specific portions.
FF7 Remake Part 2 is unlikely to release before 2023, and at least one more full game is expected after that.
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It’s a stretch to believe that the Final Fantasy 7 Remake tale will end in 2025 or 2026, but it’s still possible.
Only then will work on X-3 begin in earnest. It would take 3-4 years or more to produce at this point unless Square Enix recycles some development systems and assets.
As unbelievable as it may seem, a release date before 2030 seems like a reasonable expectation.
We find out that the protagonist Tidus was a Blitzball star who lived – and died – in the city of Zanarkand around 1,000 years before the events of the main game during the events of FFX.
As a “Dream of the Day”, alluding to entities generated by the spirits of people merging with pyreflines to build magical creatures known as Aeons, highly metaphysical magic restored his bodily form.
During a pilgrimage, summoners call upon the power of the aeons to confront a kaiju known as Sin, who has ravaged vast swaths of the globe. Sin always resurfaces after being conquered since the aeon created to eliminate sin becomes sin.
The big surprise is that to defeat Sin, your party needs to send all of those Dreams into the Farplane, including Aeons and Tidus (which is kind of like Heaven). Yuna, your party’s summoner and lover of Tidus, returns to FFX-2 two years after the original game.
Yuna, an exalted hero, manages the political upheaval of three warring groups. However, she will have to go to the Farplane to fight a source of immense evil that corrupts the faith. They revive Tidus in gratitude.
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Final Fantasy X-Will radio drama and Final Fantasy X-2.5 novella Eien no Daisho examine the aftermath of their reunion. The light novel, which is informally translated as “Price of Eternity”, depicts the strain in the relationship between Tidus and Yuna.
Some truly bizarre events occur, including Tidus’ time travel to Besaid to investigate the random sexual nature of how aeons are generated. Tidus dies again and again, only to be resurrected. And the whole thing ends up breaking the cosmos.
All of this information is considered canon for those who have only played Final Fantasy X, in the same way that media initiatives enhanced the Final Fantasy VII mythos long before the FF7 Remake. It’s unclear how Square Enix will use all of this.