Final Fantasy XIII-2 has its own Gold Saucer

Producer also teases Final Fantasy X remake.

Final Fantasy XIII-2 producer Yoshinori Kitase sat down with Sony during their latest “Play Live” talk session at the Tokyo Game Show, where he was quizzed on the upcoming sequel.

As noted by Famitsu, Kitase mentioned XIII-2 will have an amusement area (similar to Final Fantasy VII‘s Gold Saucer) with mini-games like Chocobo racing and a casino.

Post-release downloadable content has already been confirmed for XIII-2, but Kitase went into more detail as to what to expect. We’ll see additional costumes, weapons, and monster downloads, according to the producer.

Ending his Play Live segment, Kitase was asked to write a message on a PlayStation Vita poster. He wrote: “Let’s meet in X,” most likely referencing the PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita remake of Final Fantasy X announced earlier this week.

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