Square Enix Partners With Make-A-Wish Inspired by Final Fantasy XV

on August 5, 2016 5:16 PM

Square Enix announced with a press release a sponsorship with Make-A-Wish America inspired by the upcoming JRPG Final Fantasy XV. The partnership intends to “bring the joy of a wish come true for kids with life-threatening medical conditions across the country.”

“Inspired by its upcoming game FINAL FANTASY® XV, which is set in a fantastical world of intrigue and wonder but grounded in reality, Square Enix plans to flip the script with this partnership, transforming wish kids’ fantasies into reality. Square Enix will launch the initiative alongside Make-A-Wish this September. The two companies will share additional details in the coming weeks, as well as the inspiring stories of the kids they have the great joy to impact.”

Square Enix Chie Operating Officer Mike Sherlock accompanied the press release with a comment:

“It’s incredibly important for us to give back to those in need,” said Mike Sherlock, Chief Operating Officer of Square Enix, Inc. “We’re so proud to be working alongside the amazing Make-A-Wish team to help wish kids’ wishes become reality. We can’t wait to get started.”

Make-A-Wish America CEO David Williams also commented:

“We are excited for the opportunity to partner with Square Enix on their launch of FINAL FANTASY XV this September. We are honored that Square Enix chose to expand their approach of making dreams come true in the gaming world to now making wishes come true for children facing serious illnesses.”

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