Strangers in Paradise: The concept of the origin of Final Fantasy is based on Final Fantasy 1, but it is a story of its own.
In an interview with Weekly Famitsu, Strangers in Paradise: Origins of Final Fantasy Creative producer Tetsuya Nomura, producer Jin Hujiwara and director Daisuke Inoue talked about the game and how it uses the original Final Fantasy as the theme.
According to Nomura, the game is based on Final Fantasy 1. At the end of Final Fantasy 1, you will learn about the true identities of the Warriors of Light and where they came from.
In “Strangers in Heaven,” Jack and his friends give the impression that they may be warriors of light, but they sometimes wonder if they are—just as the prophecy predicted.
Nomura also stated that the trio is “strangers”, which is the core of the plot, because the trio gathers in heaven, which, according to Inoue, means “just as it says”.
“Strangers in heaven mean exactly what it says they are in heaven,” Inoue added. “At the same time, this may mean people who shouldn’t enter heaven. I think this is a title that perfectly represents the story of the game.”
In the game, Jack and his allies are on a mission to defeat Chaos. Some people may remember that there were four warriors of light in the original Final Fantasy. According to Nomura, there will be more roles besides Jack, Jed, and Ash, but in terms of combat, combat is limited to three players.
In terms of more information about the characters, the developers put most of the story and game elements on their chests.
“In the complete game, there will be more characters and the scope of the game will be wider. I think this story is quite fascinating,” said Nomura. “It may be a bit confusing to see these characters pop up suddenly, and it’s not what you expected, but I hope you will pay close attention to the upcoming information.
Therefore, if you want to know what will happen, you will need to play the PS5 demo, because currently, the team only reveals information about the trial version, which only covers the beginning of the game.
Once you complete it, the team really wants you to provide some feedback.
“This is a game that tries a bit differently, so I am totally looking forward to receiving extensive feedback,” Inoue said. “I believe everyone’s thoughts on the trial version will help us greatly improve the quality of the final game, so please give us your feedback.”
“This story was only mentioned very briefly in the trial version, but once it unfolds, it is a very influential story that will really move you,” Fujiwara added. “Please look forward to the game and pay attention to more news.”
According to Fujiwara, an unexpected problem occurred on the first day of the release of the demo version, which made it impossible to play.Due to this problem, the trial period has been extended by another two days, which means you have to wait until June 26 Give it a try.
“Stranger in Paradise: Origins of Final Fantasy” is scheduled to be released on PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One and Xbox Series X/S in 2022.
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