Stranger of Paradise: The concept of Final Fantasy Origin is based on Final Fantasy 1, but a story of it.
Speaking in an interview with Weekly Famitsu, Stranger of Paradise: Final Fantasy Origin ' s creative creator Tetsuya Nomura, producer Jin Hujiwara, and director Daisuke Inoue spoke about the game, and how it uses the original Final Fantasy as a motive.
According to Nomura, the game is based on Final Fantasy 1, where by the end of it, you'll know who the Warriors of Light really are and where they came from.
In Stranger of Paradise, Jack and his friends are under the impression that they are Warriors of Light, but they have doubts sometimes whether they are or not – like a prophecy predicted.
Nomura also states that the trio were "strangers" central to the plot that gathered the trio into Paradise, which according to Inoue, means "exactly as it says."
" stranger of Paradise means exactly what it says that strangers are in the land of Paradise, ”Inoue added. "At the same time, it might mean people shouldn't be in Paradise. I think it's a title that represents the story of the game perfectly."
In the game, Jack and his teammates are in a mission to defeat Chaos, and some people might think that there were four Warriors of Light in the original Final Fantasy According to Nomura, there will be more characters than just Jack, Jed, and Ash, but when it comes to combat , battles are limited to three party members.
As far as more information on the characters is concerned, the developers are keeping most of the story and gameplay elements close to their chest.
"In whole game, there will be more characters, the game will be more expansive, and I think the story is pretty engaging, ”Nomura said.“ It can be a bit confusing to see these characters wa la anywhere, completely unlike anything you expect, but I hope you keep an eye on the upcoming information. "
So if you want any kind of idea of what to expect, you'll need to play the PS5 demo, because for now, the team only exposes information from the trial version, which only covers the beginning of the game.
The team really wants you to give some feedback once you finish this as well.
"It's a game trying something a little weird, so I don't expect to receive a wide range of feedback," Inoue said. "I'm sure everyone's thoughts on the trial version will help us to improve the quality of the final game, so please don't give us your feedback."
"The story was touched only very slightly in the trial version, but once it opens, it's a very impactful" Please watch out for the game and watch for more news. "
According to Fujiwara, there's a unexpected issue on the first day the trial version was released, making it unplayable. Due to the issue, the trial period was extended by another two days, meaning you have until June 26 to try it out
Stranger of Paradise: The Last Fantasy Origin is intended for a 2022 release on PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X / S.
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