In an interview conducted by Reuters, Square President and CEO Yoichi Wada mentioned he hopes Final Fantasy XI will attract up to 400,000 users by the end of the next fiscal year. So far, Square has sold 120,000 copies of the game in Japan. Asked about Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicle, Square's first GameCube project, Wada said he hopes the game can be released by the end of the current fiscal year and become a million seller. Just as in the past, the Square president reiterated, there are currently no plans to develop games for Microsoft's Xbox.
Square is expected to reveal several yet-to-be announced games and show off previously announced titles like Unlimited SaGa, FF Rikku and Yuna versions, FF Crystal Chronicle and the company's GameBoy Advance games at next month's Tokyo Game Show.