Fantasian’s Epic Conclusion Will Happen August 13th

Fantasian Part 2 Is Coming

Fantasian – from the creator of Final Fantasy Hironobu Sakaguchi.

“An exciting, new RPG set against a spectacular backdrop made from over 150 handmade dioramas that blends physical environments and 3D characters.”

Described as the first half of a longer story, Fantasian ‘Part 1’ released on April 2nd 2021 and now it appears that it’ll conclude on August 13th 2021 with ‘Part 2’.

Fantasian Part 2 coming August 13th 2021

There was some controversy surrounding the launch of Part 1, as it was quickly realised to be an Apple Arcade exclusive which to many players, meant it was not accessible.

Fantasian is exclusive to Apple Arcade

Along with this fact, a lacklustre press release and weak promotional marketing has caused the game to fade into obscurity, until now. It’s refreshing to see existing players finally getting the full game.

In a statement, creator Sakaguchi said:

The release of Part 2 of Fantasian marks the completion of the saga. It ended up being, rather unexpectedly, about twice the volume of Part 1 and is more quest-driven, giving players the ability to progress through the world at their own pace. Boss encounters are even more unique than before.

Hironobu Sakaguchi on Part 2

He continues:

“On behalf of all the dev team members, diorama artisans, and musical talent including Uematsu-san — I think we can safely say that we left nothing on the table. We have carefully sculpted the experience preserving the ‘warmth’ of the dioramas with every attention to detail. I encourage everyone to experience this mysterious ‘emotional’ energy, which is at the very heart of Fantasian.”

Fantasian

From the creator of Final Fantasy, comes the next breathtaking adventure from
industry legend Hironobu Sakaguchi.

What are your thoughts about Apple exclusive RPG’s? Would you consider playing this game if it ever came to other platforms? Let us know in the comments below and don’t forget to check out our other posts, such as ‘Has Retro Video Game Collecting Reached A Breaking Point?‘ by RetroResurrection.

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