Square Enix is holding a stage show to celebrate the 25th anniversary of Final Fantasy in Tokyo, Japan.

The publisher’s event scheduled is related to the future of Final Fantasy XIII announcement. The event starts off with an early demo and opening ceremony exclusively for the press and few Square Enix Members fan club and the rest of the days are open to public.

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

Previously, According to anonymous sources speaking to Kotaku, the troubled development of Final Fantasy Versus XIII has come to an end. Allegedly, the project as it was originally conceived is dead, though the effort that has already been put into the game may be integrated into another upcoming Final Fantasy.

The sources claimed that Square Enix is not planning to make a formal announcement regarding the cancellation, opting instead to simply stop talking about the game and letting it fade out of people’s minds.

In a statement to Kotaku, Square Enix said: “We have no information on the status of Final Fantasy Versus XIII, but will be sure to update you as it becomes available.” Looks like we’ll be hearing a lot of variations on that sentence in the months to come.

Is Square revealing additional DLC for Final Fantasy XIII-2? Or is the company turning Final Fantasy XIII into a trilogy?

Check out more details regarding the event here


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