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Sean Dowie
Terra Battle Port Coming Slowly But Surely
Mistwalker is working on another game, too!
07.13.16 - 8:57 PM

During a recent keynote at Japanese indie game show Bitsummit, Final Fantasy creator Hironobu Sakaguchi talked briefly about the previously announced Terra Battle port for consoles. He said that he and his cohorts at Mistwalker are making progress, but "the road is steep."

The original Terra Battle is a free-to-play SRPG for mobile. It's set in a fantasy world filled with humans, beastfolk, and lizardfolk who all believe that their creator, The Maker, lives underground. Curiously, no one has been able to prove the existence of The Maker. It's your job to gather a party and journey to solve the mysteries of your creator, with fighting and drama along the way.

Terra Battle Screenshot Mistwalker

Sakaguchi also revealed that Mistwalker is working on a second game. Bravely Default developer Silicon Studio is reportedly collaborating with Mistwalker on something, but it's unknown if the Terra Battle port is the subject of said partnership, or if it's the newly announced game.

Keep checking RPGFan for announcements on what Sakaguchi has in store next! I think it's fair to say that the man's earned our curiosity.


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