Nomura: Info ban on Final Fantasy Versus XIII to lift soon

Fans asked to continue waiting for updates regarding this overdue title.

Final Fantasy Versus XIII director Tetsuya Nomura was a special guest on the latest broadcast of Square Enix Radio, where he was questioned about updates regarding the highly anticipated title.

ー When will new information regarding Final Fantasy Versus XIII be announced?

Nomura: “Even within the company it’s a very delicate problem. The date when we can concretely lift the ban has been decided and we are preparing for that moment. Maybe the details as to why information couldn’t be released might be touched upon at the next information announcement. I’m sorry it’s already overdue, but please wait just a little more.”

Does that mean we will definitely see the long awaited title appear in Square Enix’s E3 2013 lineup? Only time will tell, as we’ve heard numerous teasers before.

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