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"No plans" for FFXIV on 360 - Tanaka

"Still talking" with Microsoft, though

Final Fantasy XIV Online's producer Hiromichi Tanaka has said that there are currently "no plans" to bring Square Enix's next MMO to Xbox 360, although conversations with Microsoft are ongoing.

"Currently there are no plans for a version for the Xbox 360," he confirmed to RPGsite (via VG247).

"We are still talking with Microsoft about an Xbox 360 version, but at the moment we are only working on the PS3 version and Windows version."

Although it was originally revealed by Sony during its 2009 press conference, there has been talk of a 360 version of the game since, with Tanaka confirming that Square Enix was in discussions with Microsoft at Gamescom later in the year.

The good news is that the game is still on track for a 2010 release. "Yes, that is the plan," Tanaka said.

Eurogamer had some hands-on time with the game at E3, but it wasn't really the best environment to try out a new MMO. We're expecting beta access soon, so look out for our impressions then.