Final Fantasy XV Art Director Leaves Square Enix; Calls Final Fantasy XV “The Greatest Ending”

on October 1, 2016 11:20 PM

Yesterday, Final Fantasy XV Art Director Yusuke Naora announced on Twitter that he resigned from his post at Square Enix after 24 years at the company.

That said, explained that he will continue to work on illustrations and design for the house of Final Fantasy, probably as a freelancer, like Akihiko Yoshida is currently doing after he left the company in 2013.

Naora-san also mentioned that he saw the ending of Final Fantasy XV, and that has become “the greatest ending,” and “the finest work” thanks to everybody in the team performing fantastically.

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