Since September of last year, Square Enix has been trademarking a currently unrevealed property titled “Valkyrie Elysium.” Firstly, it was trademarked in Japan in both Japanese and English. It then got trademarked in Europe and Australia earlier this month.
These occurrences suggest that new developments are taking place for the dormant Valkyrie Profile franchise. Hopefully, this beloved franchise receives a necessary, qualitative revival outside of its latest mobile release, Valkyrie Anatomia: The Origin.
Also regarding Square Enix, significant Final Fantasy XVI and Final Fantasy XIV news was recently shared regarding future developments.
During the latest Final Fantasy XIV Producer Live Letter, the staff announced that Koji Fox, a translator for their team, has been working on the localization for the upcoming Final Fantasy XVI. This news has been received quite well due to how qualitative the Final Fantasy XIV localization is, so I believe it’s safe to say we’re in good hands on that front. In addition, Fox is also a leading lore developer for Final Fantasy XIV, meaning he is intricately and heavily involved in that title’s developments.
Check out our extensive and detailed summation of the latest Final Fantasy XIV Live Letter if you missed it. The next ten years of the game are discussed.
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